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What debate is this article mainly about?
Should President Obama spend 75 million dollars on body cameras for police?
Was officer Darren Wilson right or wrong for shooting Michael Brown in Fergeson?
Should police be required to wear body cameras all the time in light of recent controversial arrests and deaths?
Does the Fourth Amendment cover using body cameras?
Which of the following statements from "Car Accidents & Assaults" is true. Mark All that apply.
The Fourth Amendment does NOT protect police or anyone else from recording you in public.
Research shows that body cameras will increase the tense situations police often face.
Using police cameras is nothing new. Dashboard cameras have been around since the 1990s.
Many people are concerned about the privacy issues surrounding the use of video tape.
According to the cartoon one of the arguments for body cameras on police is:
it will help the police make more arrests.
there are too many sides to every incident: the witness, the suspect, and the officer all have their own version of what happened.
police will feel safer with the cameras.
the body cameras are relatively inexpensive, and therefore it is a "no brainer" to purchase them.
According to the article, which of the following statements is NOT a concern of policy makers about the use of body cameras on police?
Deciding who should be allowed to view police video tape.
Posting of police videos on YouTube.
Police officers often see and record disturbing or graphic incidents/crimes.
A debate over how long the video tapes must be stored as records.
It is logical to assume that many states in the future will have laws and restrictions for how their state can use and store body camera footage.