State Policies On Releasing Police Video Vary Sharply

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Last month, Charlotte, N.C., police shot an African-American man and sat on the footage from body and dashboard cameras, refusing to release it until protesters’ demands that the footage be shared turned violent. Had the shooting occurred 11 days later, recordings of it would not have been public record under a new state law, making it harder to force police to share the footage, Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!