Earlier this year, a state law mandated that a police department could not charge more than $150 for a copy of police body camera footage. The question now: Is $150 a fair price or might it have a cooling effect on people seeking video? WBAA’s Charlotte Tuggle reports.
Police departments across Indiana are grappling with the cost of body-worn camera technology.
Some have quit the process altogether, saying the expense is too great for their department – even if they can recoup $150 every time someone asks for footage.