LAWRENCE, Kan. — Law enforcement at the University of Kansas is implementing new technological measures to record video of all police interactions with the public.
There’s just one small catch: Officers wearing the cameras also control what — and when — it records.
KU Police Department Capt. James Anguiano conceded that the need for officers to physically depress a button to begin capturing video opens the door for misuse and abuse.
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