As the debate continues to record every action a Police Officer makes with body cams and dash cams, what measures are being taken to protect the Officer's rights, as well as those of the community.
The video below is a perfect example. Does the officer have a reasonable expectation of privacy while in his cruiser as long as his actions are legal, or should every police officer now plan on showing up on you-tube at some point during his or her career embarrassing themselves on a dash cam video.
And where is the right to privacy line drawn? Is a police officer on his meal break in his cruiser fair game for public humiliation if he is having a discussion with his wife or partner about their sex life caught on video?
Should these videos be released if they don't involve elements of a crime or a civilian complaint, no matter how funny they are, without the officer's permission?
Imagine what can be recorded on body cameras. Bathroom breaks, phone calls, personal conversations
And I do have a sense of humor , the video is hilarious.