Boston Police To Begin Using Body Cameras; Multiple Weekend Shootings Under InvestigationOn Monday, Boston Police will begin to use body cameras in various neighborhoods throughout the city.
Boston Police Officers Begin Receiving Body Camera EquipmentMayor Marty Walsh expects the cameras will be in use later this spring.
City Leaders Reviewing Report On Boston Police Body Camera ProgramCity officials in Boston are reviewing a report on the police department's yearlong test of body-worn cameras.
Bill Would Require Body Cameras For NH Officers With Complaint HistoryThe debate over whether the police should wear body cameras is back before New Hampshire lawmakers.
Boston Police Provide Update On Body Camera TestHalfway into a six-month test of body-worn cameras, Boston police say the 100 officers assigned the cameras have generated over 10,000 unique videos representing nearly 1,500 hours of footage.
Evans On BPD Body Camera Program: 'So Far, So Good'Three weeks into the Boston Police body camera pilot program, Commissioner Bill Evans said the program has been successful so far.
Judge Rules Boston Police Body Camera Program Can Go ForwardA Superior Court judge ruled that the Boston Police Department’s body camera program can move forward, denying a request by the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association.
Boston Police Command Staff Members Volunteer To Wear Body CamerasHoping to convince other officers within the department to do the same, a group of Boston Police Department command staff members announced that they will wear body cameras.
Judge To Decide BPD Body Camera Police Union Dispute By FridayAfter a hearing on the dispute between the city and a police union over the Boston Police body camera program concluded its second day Wednesday, the judge in the case said he would have a ruling by noon Friday.
Patrolman's Union President: Timing Of Boston Police Body Camera Program Was 'Horrible'A hearing is scheduled in Suffolk Superior Court Tuesday afternoon.
Boston Police Body Camera Program Delayed By Union LawsuitThe start of a program to equip 100 Boston police officers with body cameras has been delayed so a judge can consider a request from the city's largest police union to temporarily halt the program.