A Public Concern: The Effect of Ohio's Confidential Law Enforcement Investigatory Exception on Public-Records Requests of Police Body Camera Footage

Author:Marcus Miller
Position:Marcus Miller is a graduate of the Capital University Law School class of 2017.
Pages:553-582
SUMMARY

Over the past few years, police shootings across the country have raised numerous questions regarding law enforcement's use of deadly force. The recent epidemic of fatal shootings by police officers has brought police-worn body cameras (PWBCs) to the forefront of public policy discussions around the nation. However, various issues have come about regarding what can be done with this footage. The... (see full summary)


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