Police in Boston are earning praise from national law enforcement experts and community leaders for trying to be more transparent in the wake of officer-involved shootings, yet others say more can be done.
WBZ-TV security analyst Ed Davis discusses how transparency is the new norm when it comes to surveillance video being released by police.
Authorities showed local clergy and civil rights leaders the video of Tuesday’s fatal shooting of a man under surveillance by terrorist investigators.
Boston police have released video of an SUV they’re looking for in connection with a deadly road rage incident.
Surveillance video shows former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez putting gas in his rental car and dancing near a pump about an hour before prosecutors say he killed a man.
Framingham police have released surveillance video of a bizarre attack at the police station last month.
A judge has rejected a bid by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence from a cellphone and video surveillance taken from his home.
The security around this year’s Fourth of July Esplanade celebration may be more high-tech than ever before.
FBI agents looked at nearly 13,000 videos and more than 120,000 photographs before finding the one video clip that eventually led them to the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
Though they are not calling the man in the video a suspect, police said he could have valuable information that could help in catching the attacker.