Newsweek: Opinion: So If Police Body Cams Don’t Work, What’s the Solution? by Josephy Marguilies:
The police must become part of a robust partnership involving the community and other municipal agencies. Collectively and creatively, the members of this partnership must target the very small number of people and places that account for the overwhelming majority of crime and disorder in a community. So far, however, these collaborative, problem-solving, place-based strategies are the exception, not the norm. Until that changes, body worn cameras will simply capture precisely what we have long asked the police to do. That’s why most police departments like them. And that’s the problem.