Sunday, June 26, 2011

Topic: Taping and-or Recording Police

Taping and/or Recording Police:

If you are looking for one specific answer that is good anywhere, that does not exist. Some states permit you other prohibit those same actions. The only way to know for sure is to consult with a local lawyer who would ultimately represent you in court should your actions take you there.

With that said, here is a pretty good guide:
7 Rules For Recording Police

This article by Steve Silverman originally appeared April 5, 2012 in It’s been updated to include new information regarding recent rulings in favor of citizens’ right to record.

A Story Revealing Apps that may be Questionable
Or Will Soon Be Removed as Illegal!
Policing the Police: The Apps That Let You Spy on the Cops

You can read more about the Apps, without downloading them (which will keep track of the fact you downloaded it) on the following website: Reading about the Apps can never be declared illegal.

15 Years in Prison For Taping the Cops? How Eavesdropping Laws Are Taking Away Our Best Defense Against Police Brutality

Commentary: Laws vary on whether recording is allowed

Filming police in public is protected by the First Amendment

Any suggestions for addition are welcomed.

For now, have a great day and a better tomorrow.
eAdvocate (BACK to the Top Page

No comments: