Jane Henegar

Charlotte Tuggle / WBAA

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.

ACLU of IN names executive director

Aug 1, 2012
ACLU of Indiana

Former Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Jane Henegar will lead the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana.

She most recently taught political science at Butler University and led the Indiana Bar Foundation’s Project Citizen, which teaches civics to Hoosier students in kindergarten through high school. 

Henegar served as interim director of the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention and Prevention following her service as Indianapolis deputy mayor from 2000 to 2006.