RLC in the Media: Concerns raised over police body worn video decision

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An internal review examining the use of police Body Worn Video (BWV) in NSW has concluded police should retain discretion about when to activate their BWV cameras, citing privacy concerns.

But RLC solicitor Samantha Lee says that it is in everyone's interest that all police interactions with the public are recorded. 

Damien Carrick reports for the Law Report, ABC Radio National. 

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