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  • Spoliation: Why Even the Worst Training Records Are Better than No Records at All

Spoliation: Why Even the Worst Training Records Are Better than No Records at All

  • May 11th, 2017

Failure to manage training records correctly cannot only upend a department's ability to defend itself from criminal and civil claims, but can subject it to claims of spoliation. As the definition and consequences of spoliation continue to broaden, departments must ensure that their records management policies and systems are capable of providing them with the necessary layer of legal defensibility.

  • Rise in body camera usage and support highlights challenges of mass implementation

Rise in body camera usage and support highlights challenges of mass implementation

  • March 6th, 2017

As public support and grant funding continue to drive body cam adoption across the nation, departments must recognize both the challenges and limitations of implementing this technology. By investing time in policies at the outset, however, departments can effectively use body cams to manage their interactions and communications with the public.



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