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[Homework]2010-07-15&07-17 警察应该在身上安装摄像机?

Should Cops Wear Body Cameras?
When it comes to evidence, the camera doesn't lie. Over the year's long enforcement here in Seattle has use video cameras in the police cruisers to show proof of crime or just a document proper procedure.
The now city council member Bruce Harrow wants to explore the possibility of placing state-of-the-arts cameras on the officers themselves.
I believe that this is the way of future, that we are in a video technology age, it's a good way establish a good record of what's happer out there.
In a special meeting today at city hall, two sperated companies Vievu and Taser International make their pictures to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technology. The cost, anywhere from $900 up to $1700 per unit.
But not everyone was sold on the idea. We are talking about millions of dollars investment in technology, what's the cost benefit analysis in a large organization? And you don't have the answer on that? I do not have the answer to that.
I believe last year Seattle probably spent around 6 millions dollars just handling over 1400 complaints that were made againt the officers, and in studies we have seen both domestically and internationally, we have seen anywhere between 40 up to 100% reduction in complaints.
Recent incidents here in Seattle have showed the video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit for officers and the citizens.
What concern you more now what we saw, is the incidents out there that we don't get a chance to see, we want to know what's happening out there and see it again, if we have the technology, we should use it.
According to some police department, body mounted camera should be the way of the future, documenting everything from the offficers' point of view. And the video not only help to convit people, but help cops defend themselves from allegation of rudeness, or even police brutality.
In Seattle, John Desapolo for news.

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When it comes to evidence, the camera doesn’t lie. Over the years, law enforcement here in Seattle has used video cameras in their police cruisers to show proof of a crime or just to document proper procedure. But now, city council member Bruce Harrel wants to explore the possibility of placing the state-of-art cameras on the officers themselves.
“I believe that this is the way of the future, that we are in the video technology age. That’s a good way to establish a good record on what’s happening out there”.
In a special meeting today at city hall, two separate companies VVU and Taser International made their pitch to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technologies that cost anywhere from 900 up to 1700 dollars per unit. But not everyone is sold on the idea.
“You are talking about millions of dollars of investment in technology. What is the cost-benefit analysis in a large organization?
“And you don’t have the answer to that yet”.
“I do not have the answer to that”.
“I believe last year Seattle probably spent around 6 milion dollars just handling over 1400 complaints that were made against the officers. And in studies we’ve seen both domestically and internationally, we’re seeing anywhere between 40 up to 100 percent reduction in complaints”.
“Recent incidents here in Seattle have shown that video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit both the officer and the citizen”.
What concerns you more is now what we saw, it’s the incident said that we don’t get a chance to see. We want to know what’s happening out there in the city. Again, if we have the technology, we should use it”.
According to some police departments, body-mounted cameras should be the way of the future, documenting everything from the officer’s point of view. And the video will not only help convict people, but help cops defend themselves from allegations of rudeness or even police brutality.
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What comes an evidence, the camera doesn’t lie. Over the years long xxx in Seattle has used video camera on the police cruisers to show proof of crime or just to document proper procedure. But now the city counselor member Bruce Hammer wants to explore the possibility of placing the state-in-art cameras on the officers themselves.

It’s believed that this is way of future,  that we are in the video technology age, that’s good way to establish good record of what’s happening out there.

In the special meeting in the city hall, two separated companies, VU and Taiser International, made their pitch to demonstrate latest on-person video camera technologies. The cost, anywhere from 900 up to17,000 dollars per unit, but not everyone sold this idea.

We’re talking about millions’ dollars of the best of the technology. What’s the cost and benefit of the analysis of the organization?

And you will have answer today?

I do not have the answer today.

I believe last year Seattle police spent around 6 million dollars just to handle over 1400 complaints that were made against officers. And in studies we’ve seen both domestically and internationally, we’ve seen anywhere between 40 up to 100 percent reduction in complaints.

Recently we’ve seen accidents here in Seattle and shown video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit for our officer and citizen.

What concerns a few more we saw is the incident out there we don’t get the chance to see. We want to know what happened out there in our city again. If we have the technology, we should use it.

According to some police departments, body mounted camera should be the way of future, documenting everything from the officer’s point of view. And the video will not help convict people, but help cops defend themselves from allegation of rudeness or even police prutality.

In Seattle, John kanboo, for news.
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When it comes to evidence, the camera doesn't lie. Over the years, law enforcement here in Seattle has used video cameras and their police cruisers to show proof of a crime of just to document proper procedure. But now city council member Bruce Harro wants to explore the possibility of placing  the steady DR cameras on the officers themselves.

I believe that this is the way of the future. That we are in a video technology age, it's a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out there.

At a special meeting today at City Hall, two separate companies, Viview and Taser International made their pitch to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technologies. The cost, anywhere from 900$ up to 1,700$ per unit. But not everyone is sold on the idea.

You are talking about millions of dollars of investment in technology, what's the cost-benefit analysis in a large organization?

And you don't have the answer to that yet.

I do not have the answer to that.

I believed last year Seattle probably spent around 16 million dollars just handling over 1,400 complaints that were made against the officers. And in studies that we've seen both domestically and internationally, we're seeing anywhere between 40 up to a 100 percent of reduction in complaints.

Recent incidents here in Seattle have shown that video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit both the officer and the citizen.

What concerns you more as now what we saw is the incidents out there that we don't get the chance to see, we want to know what's happening out there and see it again, if we have the technology, we should use it.

According to some police departments, body-bounded camera should be the way of the future. Documenting everything from the officer's point of view. And the video will not only help convict people, but to help cops defend themselves from allegation of rudeness or even police brutality.

In Seattle, John DeSepolo, Comofo News.
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What it comes to evidence, the camera doesn't lie. Over the years long enforcement here in Seattle has used video cameras in their police cruisers to show proof of a crime or just a document proper procedure. But now city council member Bruce Harrell wants to explore the possibility of placing the / cameras on the officers themselves.

“They believe that this is the way of the future, that, we are in the video technology age. It's a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out there.”

It is a special meeting today at city hall. Two separate companies, Vievu and Taser International, made their speech to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technologies. The cost, anywhere from 900 up to 1,700 dollars per unit, but not everyone is sold on the idea. “You're talking about millions of dollars of investment in technology. What's the cost benefit analysis in a large organization?” “And you don't have the answer to that yet?” “I do not have the answer to that.”

“I believe last year Seattle probably spent around, 6 million dollars, just handling over 1,400 complaints that were made against the officers. And in studies we've seen both domestically and internationally, we're seeing anywhere between 40 up to 100 percent reduction in complaints.”

Recent incidents here in Seattle have shown that video can be a very powerful tool and that can benefit people, the officer and the citizen.

“What concerns you more is not what we saw. It's the incidents out there that we don't get a chance to see. We wanna know what's happening out there in the city again. If we have the technology, we should use it.”
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When  you come to aevident,the camera dosen't lie.over the year,law enforcement hear in Seattle has video cameras and police's cruisers to show proof of a crime of just a document proper procedure.but now city council member Bruce Harro want to exploit the possibility of place the sturdily-art camera on the officers themselves.
i believe that is the way of future,that we are in the video technology age is a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out here.
And in a special meeting today in cityhall.Two separate company,Viview and Taster international make their picture to demonstate latest on personal video camera technologies.
The cost,anywhere from $900 up to $1700 per unit.But no everyone is sold on the idea.They are talking about million of dollars of investment of technology.What is possible benefit analysis in a large organization?
And you don't have the answer to that yet.
I do not have the answer to that.
I believed last year Seattle probably spend around 6 million dollars just handling over 400 complaints that were made against the officers.And in study we have seem both domestically and internationally.We have seem anywhere between 40 up to a 100 percent of reduction complaints.
Recent incidents here in Seattle have showed that video can be very powerful tool that can benefit for the officers and citizen.
What concerned you more now we saw is the incidents out there we don't get a chance to see,We want to know what is happening out there.Again we have the technology,we should use it.
According to some policy department,body bond camera should be the way of the future.document everything the officers's point to view,and the video will not only help convict people,but help to cop to defend themself allegation of rudeness or even police brutality.
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When  you come to aevident,the camera dosen't lie.over the year,law enforcement hear in Seattle has video cameras and police's cruisers to show proof of a crime of just a document proper procedure.but now city council member Bruce Harro want to exploit the possibility of place the sturdily-art camera on the officers themselves.
i believe that is the way of future,that we are in the video technology age is a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out here.
And in a special meeting today in cityhall.Two separate company,Viview and Taster international make their picture to demonstate latest on personal video camera technologies.
The cost,anywhere from $900 up to $1700 per unit.But no everyone is sold on the idea.They are talking about million of dollars of investment of technology.What is possible benefit analysis in a large organization?
And you don't have the answer to that yet.
I do not have the answer to that.
I believed last year Seattle probably spend around 6 million dollars just handling over 400 complaints that were made against the officers.And in study we have seem both domestically and internationally.We have seem anywhere between 40 up to a 100 percent of reduction complaints.
Recent incidents here in Seattle have showed that video can be very powerful tool that can benefit for the officers and citizen.
What concerned you more now we saw is the incidents out there we don't get a chance to see,We want to know what is happening out there.Again we have the technology,we should use it.
According to some policy department,body bond camera should be the way of the future.document everything the officers's point to view,and the video will not only help convict people,but help to cop to defend themself allegation of rudeness or even police brutality.
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When it comes to evidence, the camera doesn't lie. Over the years , law enforcement here in Seattle has used video cameras and their police cruisers to show proof of a crime or just a document proper procedure. But now city council member Bruce Harro wants to exploit the possibility of placing  the state-of-the-art cameras on the officers themselves.



-I believe that this is the way of the future.That we are in a video technology age, it's a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out there.



In a special meeting today at city hall. Two separate companies, Viview and Taser International made their pitch to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technologies. The cost, anywhere from 900$ up to 1,700$ per unit. But not everyone is sold on the idea.



-You are talking about millions of dollars of investment on technology, what's the cost benefit analysis in a large organization?

-And you don't have the answer to that yet.

-I do not have the answer to that.



-I believed last year Seattle probably spent around 16 million dollars just handling over 1,400 complaints that were made against the officers. And in studies we've seen both domestically and internationally.We've seen anywhere between 40 up to a 100 percent of reduction in complaints.



Recently incidents here in Seattle have shown that video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit both the officer and the citizen.



-What concern you more now as we saw is the incidents out there we don't get the chance to see, we want to know what's happening out there. And say it again, if we have the technology, we should use it.



According to some police departments, body bond camera should be the way of the future. Documenting everything from the officer's point of view. And the video will not only help convict people , but to help cops defend themselves from allegation of rudeness or even police brutality.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-07-15&07-17 警察应该在身上安装摄像机?

What comes to evidence, the camera doesn't lie. Over the year, law enforcement in Seattles has used video cameras in the police // to show the proof of the crime or just document proper percedure. But now the city council member // wants to explore the possibility of placing the // camera on the officers themselves. I believe this is the way of the future and that we are in the video technology age. It's a good way to establish good record on what's happening out there. In the speicial meeting in the city hall, two separate companies, Viview and Taser International, made their pitch to demonstrate the lastest on-person video camera technologies. The cost anywhere from 900 up to 1700 dollars per unit but not everyone is sold on the idea. You are talking about millions of dollars of investment on technology, what't the cost benefit analysis in the large organization? And you don't have the answer today. I don't have the answer today. I believe last year Seattle probably spent around 6 million dollars just handling over 1400 complaints that were made against officers, and in studies, we have seen both dramastically and internationally. We were seen everyone between 40 up to 100 percent reduction of complaints. Recently, incidents here in Seattles have shown that video can be a very powereful that can benefit both officials and the citizens. What concern you more now as we saw is the incident says that we don't get the chance to see. We want to know what's happening out and saying again , if we have the technology, we should use it. According to some police departments, body bond cameras should be the way of the future, documenting everything for the officers' points of view. And video will not only help convict people, but help cops defend themselves from // of rudeness or even police //.                                                   
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What it comes to evidence the camera doesn't lie , over the years long enforcement here in Seattle, has use video cameras in their police cruisers to show of a proof of a crime or just a document proper procedure , but now city council member Bruce Harrell wants to explore the possibility of placing the state-of-the-art cameras on the officers themselves

It’s I believe that this is the way of the future , that we are in the video technology age , It's a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out there.

In a special meeting today at city hall, two separate companies , Vievu and Taser International,made their pitch to demonstrate the latest on-person video camera technologies. The cost  anywhere from 900 dollars up to 1,700 dollars per unit. But not everyone is sold on the idea. You're talking about millions of dollars on investment in technology. What's the cost benefit analysis in a large organization? And you don't have the answer to that yet? I do not have the answer to that

I believe last year Seattle probably spent  around 6 million dollars just handling over 1400 complains that were made against the officers, And in studies that we've seen both domestically and internationally, we're seeing anywhere between 40 up to 100 percent reduction in complains.

Recent incidents here in Seattle have shown that the video can be very powerful tool that can benefit for the officer and the citizen

What concerns me more is not what we saw, it's the incidents out there that we don't get a chance to see , We want to know what's happening out there in the city. again, if we have the technology, we should use it.

According to some police departments, body mounted cameras should be the way of the future documenting everything from the officer's point of view. And the video will not only help convict people, but help cops defend themselves from allegations of rudeness, or even police brutality.

In Seattle John \ news

[Homework]【整理】2010-07-15&07-17 警察应该在身上安装摄像机?

When it comes evidence,the camera doesn't lie.Over the years,law enforcement here in Seattle had used video cameras and their police cruisers to show proof of a crime of just a document proper procedure.But now city council member Bruce Harro wants to explore the possibility of placing sturdily-art cameras on the officers themselves.

I believe that this the the way of the future,that we are in a video technology age it's a good way to establish a good record on what's happening out there.


In a special meeting today at city hall.Two separate companies ,Viview and Taser International made their pitch to demonstrate the latest on person video camera technologies.The cost,anywhere from 900 up to 1700 dollars per unit but not everyone is sold on the idea.


You are talking about millions of dollars of investment in technology.What's the cost benefit analysis in a large organization?


And you don't have the answer to that yet.


I do not have the answer to that.


I believe last year Seattle probably spent around 6 million dollars just handling over 1400 complaints,er,that were made against the officers.And in studies that we've seen both domestically and internationally,we've seen anywhere between 40 up to 100 percent of reduction in complaints.


Recent incidents here in Seattle have shown that video can be a very powerful tool that can benefit both the officer and the citizen.


What concerns you more is not what we saw,it's the incidents out there we don't get a chance to see,we wanna know what's happening out there and saying again,if we have the technology we should use it.


According to some police departments,body bond cameras should be the way of the future,documenting everything from the officer's point of view.And the video will not only help convict people,but help cops defend themselves from allegation of rudeness or even police brutality.
In Seattle,John D



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