Filming Police Interactions Hasn't Increased Accountability
As officer interactions with black and Hispanic Americans are increasingly captured on film, courts still aren't ruling against police.
New Tech Is Fundamentally Changing the Power Balance Between Police and the Public
The NYC subway saboteur gazed into the surveillance state. What looked back?
How Do Body Cameras Influence Our Judgment of Blame?
A new study finds that people who watch body camera footage attribute less blame to police officers involved in incidents than if those same officers were caught on dash cams.
What Body Cameras May Mean for the Los Angeles Police Shooting
Last night's fatal altercation between a homeless man and the LAPD prompts many of the same questions regarding police surveillance.