Policing is changing in presence of cameras
from CBC News via PoliceOne
Gregory Brown, a sociology researcher at Carleton University, surveyed 231 front-line police officers about how citizen surveillance has changed the way they do their jobs. The average officer reported being caught on camera by the public 17 times in their career, and said that the potential to be photographed has changed their behavior.
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