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Body Camera Legislation Proposed

KSAL StaffFebruary 14, 2018

Kansas police departments could soon have to release body camera video to the public.

A Kansas Senate bill would require police departments to show body camera video to family members of those involved within 24 hours and then release that footage to the public after 30 days.

A Kansas House proposal would require the police video to made public in five days.

The measures would cover body camera footage in excessive force or deadly incidents.

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