Law Review Symposium: A Look from All Angles: Discussing the use of police body-worn cameras.

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A Look from All Angles: Discussing the use of police body-worn cameras.

Police body-worn cameras have increasingly become a topic of discussion throughout the nation and specifically in Baltimore City.  Opinions vary drastically on the utilization of police body-worn cameras and our Law Review is hoping to have an open discussion on how the cameras affect police, attorneys, and the community.  

The panel will discuss the implementation of police body-worn cameras, the future of body-worn cameras, how camera evidence has influenced cases, the opportunities and challenges body-worn cameras present, constitutional implications, privacy concerns, and other issues. 

Confirmed panelists include Chief TJ Smith, Media Relations for the Baltimore City Police Department, Scott D. Shellenberger, Baltimore County State’s Attorney, Donald Zaremba, District Public Defender for Baltimore County, Dr. Sean Goodison from the Police Executive Research Forum, and the Hon. Frederic N. Smalkin (Ret.); as well as, Clark Neily and Matthew Feeney from the Cato Institute.

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Shavaun O'Brien
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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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