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Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 2nd, 2014 @ 1:25AM (7 years ago)
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Sneak preview of the leading candidate.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 2nd, 2014 @ 8:10AM (7 years ago)
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If we continue our current trend of buying crap gear, this will be the winner.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 2nd, 2014 @ 9:06AM (7 years ago)
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Is there gonna be enough room for this on the cloud?

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 2nd, 2014 @ 10:41AM (7 years ago)

The bodycams will make producing reality TV shows a lot cheaper. They will just get it all through open records instead of hiring a camera crew and having to get permission to film. I imagine there also a few stalkers who will request all of the video from their favorite police officers. Welcome to 1984.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 5th, 2014 @ 12:46AM (7 years ago)

Armstrong lost!!! Now when he becomes a defense attorney-take all of his cases to trial. F him!

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 5th, 2014 @ 5:45PM (7 years ago)

I wonder if the Chief, his four assistant chiefs, division majors, lieutenants, etc will be equipped with a body camera. They are subject to interaction with the public and wear a uniform daily. Lets see how they would like their daily activity being monitored by big brother. A BIG WASTE OF MONEY just like all the overtime funded for the BIG 4 BRIDGE. In fact, the reason they are pushing back on the purchase for the cameras is because they are using the camera money to fund the bridge overtime.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 6th, 2014 @ 5:03AM (7 years ago)

WOLF-PUSSY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 6th, 2014 @ 4:13PM (7 years ago)

Can someone tell me why an individual would begin a post with "^^^^".

Is that some kind of computer coding? I've noticed several posts, seemingly made by the same person, when they are engaged in an on-line debate begin with the same series of punctuation in the first line of his comments. Just a curiosity. Thanks.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 7th, 2014 @ 9:42AM (7 years ago)

I'm gonna bodycam myself taking a deuce!

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 8th, 2014 @ 9:12AM (7 years ago)

Kentucky is just getting better by the day.

FRANKFORT, Ky. – In a surprise announcement that he said will help both state and country, Gov. Steve Beshear said Thursday that Lt. Gov. Jerry Abramson will resign to take a job in the White House and that former state Auditor Crit Luallen will replace him.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 9th, 2014 @ 3:58AM (7 years ago)

Nice that the Fifth Division will have to test the new cameras. I would like to think that they learned something from their past Mid City Mall incident where they arrested an injured Fort Knox Soldier thought to be a homeless man.

Four cruisers and no film, they were lucky they got away with it.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 11th, 2014 @ 8:53AM (7 years ago)

Jeb Bush is considering running for President in 2016...Republicans he's your guy! Please nominate him!!

"Jeb Bush: President 2016"...I think I'll make a homemade yard sign to get started early.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 11th, 2014 @ 6:34PM (7 years ago)

Happy Veterans Day! Soldiers☆Sailors☆Airmen☆Marines, thank you for your service.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 11th, 2014 @ 10:41PM (7 years ago)
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News story Thursday

November 12th, 2014 @ 7:17PM (7 years ago)

Just heard an I-team commercial on the radio about a story they will air on Thursday about officers under investigation. What now ?

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 14th, 2014 @ 1:23AM (6 years ago)

I want to be the first to wear the body camera. I am tired of explaining my actions to PSU. I would like them to see exactly how many times you ask a west ender to do something mundane like "Sir you need to leave" 14 times and 10 racist remarks later. A white cop faces racism 100 fold compared to the general population of west Louisville.

Louisville police taking second look at cop camera plan

November 14th, 2014 @ 4:30PM (6 years ago)

This is what passes for a big news story in this town. Go interview the local community agitators and point out a meaningless statistic as if it has meaning so it will mean something to those predisposed to mistrusting police. Don't mention the fact that almost no employer tells someone's future employer that people made an unconfirmed allegation of pollicies being broken because they can get sued. Does WHAS tell other stations if a reporter of theirs gets pulled over for DUI's?

"An i-Team review of the last three years shows 32 officers left LMPD while under investigation. Two of those officers work for other local police departments. Those officers declined to talk about this story. if a case is criminal in nature, investigations continue even after officers leave the department. However, if it's an ethics complaint the investigation ends and nothing is never made public. LMPD said they are not required to tell other departments about the complaints. Sometimes there are investigations into officers without resolutions, and The Kentucky Alliance said that's not OK."