The vote was a repeat of two weeks ago, when Councilmembers did so on first reading.
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Police can't chase, but they can photograph
MPD Will Help Direct Rush Hour Traffic, Won’t Enforce Red-Light Cameras at Intersections With Officers
If a cop is telling you to go, don't worry about getting a ticket.
Still, violent crime dropped 14 percent in these four police service areas.
MPD needs to determine if a contractor could redact footage efficiently and in compliance with privacy laws.
The D.C. Auditor weighs in on procedures and policies for the Metropolitan Police Department and federal prosecutors.
Though that decision depends on how much D.C. can get done today.
The provision allows officers to review body-camera footage before writing initial incident reports in most cases.
The legislation would impact campus police, plus require more training for private security.
Some fancy footwork on this December Friday.
The incident was recorded and shared widely online.
During an interview Sunday, Cathy Lanier talked about how to respond to active shootings.
A video released online specifically targets D.C. and European countries.
MPD has only issued seven arrests for possession of marijuana this year
"Who knew community policing could involve the Nae Nae?"