Of course, it will be very useful
No, just NO!
Hmm...Hard to say
The camera will have parts of the story, wittiness will have parts of the story, physical evidence will have part of the story, transaction histories will have part of the story....that's why we have criminal investigators.
It's gonna happen eventually regardless. Legally speaking it's insane they don't already have them.
It would actually help the cops a lot more than the idiots who think it wouldn't help them understand. Then again, it'd remove a lot of bad cops as well.
What? When people blame others for their irresponsibility I will call them on it... lack of education is huge. If people don't want a way out or a way to improve their lives it is not OK for them to later blame others for it. THAT, is crap.And shame on you for playing the "responsibility" card and playing the blame game at the very same time.
The lack of education is systematic and inflicted upon them. Look, the wonder is not that some blacks go insane and/or become criminals: The wonder is that some blacks, despite all the obstacles thrown in their way, rise up and somehow make it through. Whites cannot possibly understand what blacks have to go through just to get to an equivalent point in life as whites do. "Responsibility"...LOL...that word does not mean what you think it means.What? When people blame others for their irresponsibility I will call them on it... lack of education is huge. If people don't want a way out or a way to improve their lives it is not OK for them to later blame others for it. THAT, is crap.
For one, potential criminals will know their actions will be on camera, submitted to the media and the courts. They cannot claim something which contradicts what was shown. This should reduce the bad behavior to the cops and increase compliance. Both of which saves their lives and law enforcement.
Second, cops know their behavior is on record too, so it should reduce police brutality and excess use of force. My town had a mentally unstable elderly lady who was holding a piece of wood who the cops shot. That was excessive force. Being on camera and recorded would likely have prevented that.
Third, knowing every law enforcement has video means that we should expect such videos in such cases. Failure to make them public unedited will create all sorts of red flags.
It's in everyone's best interest to have these interactions on film.
"If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him." - Sun Tzu