Worth a Thousand Words Examining Officer Interference With Civilian Recordings of Police

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Worth a Thousand Words Examining Officer Interference With Civilian Recordings of Police

reviews complaints filed against members of the New York City Police Department (NYPD), and is among the first analyses in the country of this type of misconduct.

https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/ccrb/downloads/pdf/20172806_report_recordinginterference.pdf


Press Release: New Report Sheds Light on Officer Interference of Civilian Recordings of Polic



NYPD Watchdog: Too Many Cops Are Preventing The Public From Filming Them

The Civilian Complaint Review Board, New York’s police watchdog organization, released a report on NYPD interference with civilian photography, concluding that “officer interference with civilian recordings of police conduct is an issue in New York City.” A review of cases handled by the agency over a three-year period found 257 interference-related complaints against officers, ranging from verbal interference with filming to physical force and tampering with or deleting recordings.

 
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