Silver / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pittsburghs 125 police officers who work the streets with body-worn cameras are supposed to record a wide range of events, including vehicle pursuits, in-progress crimes and field sobriety tests. In fact, according to a synopsis of the police bureaus working policy released Wednesday, there is little they arent expected to record. Other than prohibitions against filming in locker rooms, bathrooms or other places with a reasonable expectation of privacy, police are supposed to film any other incident the member deems appropriate while acting in the performance of his/her official duty. Peoples homes are also off limits the state Legislature is trying to figure out whether to amend Pennsylvanias wiretap laws to permit recording there without a homeowners permission but theres a loophole: Its OK if an officer is in fresh pursuit and deactivating the camera would be risky. The police bureau released the synopsis a day after a national group criticized the city for not making public its policy. But as for the actual policy? That stays off limits. Right now were under a policy where we dont do that with our policies, Cmdr. http://camilaburnscenter.universitypunjabi.org/2016/07/30/todays-challenges-for-major-factors-of-interview-questionsEd Trapp, who administers the body-worn camera program, said during an interview at police headquarters. He added that much of the withheld language was merely redundant or legalese. Release of the synopsis was not enough to satisfy the Washington, D.C.-based Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and Upturn, a technology consultant, which Tuesday released a report that gave Pittsburgh low marks for its transparency on body-worn cameras.
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