The NYPD is on a roll. First city officials released their budget proposal earlier this month, and now, police officials have released their proposed body camera policies.
This Spring, some 1000 cameras, are set to be unleashed into the NYPD to "combat police issues and hold officers accountable". However, several including the ACLU have already found their issues with the policy all together.
And entirely for the right reason.
Officers and police stations across America have already voiced their disdain with the release of police footage. Most stations have either taken measures to make it impossible to get publicly available footage, or, flat out restrict it from ever being released to the public. So what makes the NYPD any different? Perhaps, the largest poli...