Jan 26 2016
Pasadena Public Input Sought Regarding Police Body Worn Cameras
 

Pasadena Public Input Sought Regarding Police Body Worn Cameras

The Pasadena Police Department is seeking public comment from non-profits entities, community stakeholders and citizens to provide input for consideration in the development of a new policy for body worn cameras to be implemented by the Pasadena Police Department in late 2016.

Input from community stakeholders may include the handling, storage, and retention length of video recordings, when body worn cameras should be activated or de-activated, viewing of recorded media files, public access to videos (Public Records Act), and privacy concerns.

Public comments will be heard during a Special Public Safety Meeting on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 6:30 PM in the City Council Chamber, second floor City Hall, at 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Pasadena, CA.

Please contact Lt. Tracey Ibarra at (626) 744-7875 if you have questions.

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