In 2002 the Department of Justice DOJ sponsored study the Body Worn Cameras BWC

In 2002 the department of justice doj sponsored study

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In 2002 the Department of Justice (DOJ) sponsored study the Body Worn Cameras (BWC) led to both police officers were more professional and reached speedier outcomes. Initial studies of BWCs show a huge impact taken from a study in California officers who were wearing BWCs received 88% fewer complaints. 2). Language from police body camera footage shows racial disparities in officer respect The professionalism and respectfulness of police officers can be analyzed to through transcripts to see if everyone is being treated with same level of respect. Using a computational linguistic method to extract the officer’s language from the transcripts you can see when and where the officer’s speech starts a professional level to a condescending tone.
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POLICE BODY CAMERA RESEARCH PROPOSAL 3 3). Public support for facial recognition via police body-worn cameras: Findings from a list experiment As technology advances so does law enforcement by providing updated equipment that enhance the way police officers do their duties. Emerging technology like face recognition have the ability to change public services, but it also can reshape the notion of citizenship.
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