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On January 30, 2015 By William Roberts January 30, 2015
With more and more police departments purchasing body cameras and adopting policies that officers wear these cameras at all times when on duty, one is left wondering what will the effects on the criminal justice system be?
Departments that have implemented the use of body cameras have achieved staggering results. The police department in [...]Continue Reading →
The “reality” of so-called reality shows has long been a topic of hot debate — and it’s pretty clear that at least some altercations and dramatic encounters are done (at least in part) for the cameras. MTV is host to two of the most popular “reality TV” series on the air: Jersey Shore and Teen Mom. [...]Continue Reading →
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