The groups, which include the American Civil Liberties Union and chapters of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, say the so-called “civil rights principles” would help ensure that the cameras provide accountability and transparency to the public.
“It’s called retro-reflective material,” said Chris Holmes, who explained that he got the idea while touring with Sir Paul McCartney.
Police commissioners Tuesday voted in favor of the use of body cameras by LAPD officers despite a growing debate over how such footage would be stored and used.
The city council Tuesday night voted unanimously in support of the $1.1 million investment, manning the department with 250 body cameras. KCAL9’s Stacey Butler reports.
Small video cameras could soon be mounted on the uniform of every police officer in Anaheim following a City Council vote set for Tuesday evening.
Los Angeles police officials are getting their first wave of feedback on a pilot program to test the use of body cameras on police officers.
Police Commission President Steve Soboroff said Tuesday that he has privately raised roughly half the $1 million he says is necessary to equip 1,500 Los Angeles Police Department officers with lapel cameras.
Newly elected president Steve Soboroff wants the LAPD to adopt new technology such as lapel cameras within 18 months.
A local gas station owner is hoping to curb absent-minded motorists who sometimes drive away with the nozzle still in their vehicle.
Cameras have never been easier to use, and for Southlanders who want to go beyond point-and-click, there is no shortage of learning opportunities at these Los Angeles courses.
Two men faced misdemeanor charges Tuesday after they were caught on video illegally dumping waste in El Sereno, city officials said.
There will be no cameras allowed inside the courtroom when Michael Jackson’s family takes on his former concert promoter for billions.
Hundreds of victims of an alleged serial car burglar lined up in Garden Grove Thursday to reclaim their personal belongings during a public viewing of the recovered goods.
Officials said 38 anti-crime cameras will soon be installed in downtown Los Angeles.
A local attorney allegedly placed hidden cameras under sinks at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf bathrooms in Encino, according to a lawsuit.