Cameras scrutinize police activity

Following a rigorously viewed You Tube video of an officer…

Following a rigorously viewed You Tube video of an officer berating a skateboarder, police nationwide are fearing the possibility of having their every move scrutinized by the public, only to be popularized by the internet. While new technology has made capturing images and footage of everyday occurrences easy, it has also made an officer’s job harder as members of law enforcement now have to second-guess every move they make. Could this technology cause an officer to doubt their training techniques? Could it make them slower to react to certain situations, knowing that any wrong move could be seen by the entire world in a matter of minutes?

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