Transparency: LAPD breaks new ground in release of video showing killing of homeless man

After three years of protests, the Los Angeles Police Department released body cam videos of the controversial killing of a homeless man in 2015.   (Law & Crime, January 8, 2018, by Colin Kalmbacher)

Although some 6,000 LAPD officers are equipped with body cams, the department has never before released videos from the cams. LAPD is drafting new rules regarding the body cams in the interests of greater transparency. (Los Angeles Times, January 8, 2018, by Kate Mather)

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