Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Apr 28, 2015.
Paid leave for everyone!
it's interesting that the police have to turn over the tapes--Those videos should go to a secure server off site no?
Probably should, but then how would they pretend to have lost them or pretend they never recorded to start with? There's always faulty recording with the police.
Pretty awful. That guy got the shit beat out of him AND they planted drugs in his car. My wife's dad was an Inkster cop. He died of cirrhosis when she was 14. He was a mean drunk.
They should go two different places. It isn't hard in the age of the Internet to have redundant information storage. The state should have a central datacenter storing all police videos and the counties should have copies. That way any impropriety would need to include multiple people spread out across the state.
Floyd Dent is the name of a career criminal or a 70s rocker who had the good sense to change his name.
cops will do anything to get a paid vacation.
I'd be interested in seeing the video leading up to the arrest.. that never seems to be relevant in these kinds of stories.
I'm on paid vacation this week.
So fucked up. Nazis basically.
Here's one of the issues. My city is in the process of rolling out the officer cameras and they are finding out how ungodly expensive the digital storage of the footage is. It is way beyond what estimates were and what was planned for so now the whole system may get scrapped.
Geez, I dunno. Maybe we should ask the presumptive democratic nominee for president how she navigates such waters?
I'm pretty retarded when it comes to technology... I just assumed it would be stored on a card in the camera's or something, like a phone or whatnot.
The info is stored on the camera for a shift and at the end of the day is offloaded to secure servers. Too easy to tamper with physical media with the device. I forget what the exact figures were but my city payed for the storage they thought they'd need for two years. In six months 1/5 of the department (the pilot program) ate through half of the storage. If you want to store footage of every citizen contact with every officer for years then it is going to add up when you are a busy department.
For Dallas PD the storage of just the body cameras they are rolling out now will cost tens of millions of dollars within a couple of years.
i'm mostly in favor of firing them all for the simple reason they're clearly fucking retarded
you don't read the papers ?
you don't see that the media is sorta paying attention to cases of supposed abuse by the police?
you don't know the arrest of that man was pretty physical and recorded?
you don't know you're on camera acting like silly people while the man who needs medical treatment sits feet away?
they're a bunch of fucking morons
this is my personal opinion but I feel I sorta have a point
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