Nonwhites were less willing to wait for an internal investigation to wrap up before seeing the footage.
These days surveillance isn't just CCTV. Police now have access to body cams, drones and facial recognition systems – and it's helping police not only solve crime, but prevent it too.
After more than 20 years and millions of cameras, UK's first attempt to regulate CCTV cameras may be too little too late.
Body-worn cameras may seem to be a boost for policing and criminal justice, but they raise a host of issues around admissibility, privacy and fairrness.