Bill signed restricting access to dash cam, body cam videos

Ponca City Now - May 22, 2015 8:40 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – A bill to restrict the public’s access to police dashboard and body camera videos has passed the Oklahoma Senate.

Senators voted 44-2 yesterday in favor of the bill.

Under the measure, police and sheriffs will be allowed to withhold from the public videos that depict deaths or acts of violence, unless such acts were committed by a law enforcement officer.

 

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