PUBLISHED: Dec. 17, 2017
BY: Shannon Hall, Courier & Press reporter
Law enforcement agencies say body cameras help protect the officers and the community, but local law enforcement agencies want to charge $150 to provide the footage or are against the public seeing it in general.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office will “probably” implement a $150 fee for copies of body camera footage, according to the Vanderburgh County sheriff.
“That’s to download and put it on the disc and everything,” Vanderburgh Sheriff Dave Wedding said. Continue reading “Area law enforcement establishing fees for body cam footage”