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STUDY INDICATES POLICE RESISTANCE TO BODY CAMERA PROTOCOLS

An experiment by Stanford University, carried out with 470 military police officers from Rio de Janeiro who worked in Rocinha between 2015 and 2016, shows that in seven out of ten incidents the police disobeyed the body camera protocol requiring them to record the events. The researchers monitored 8,500 service shifts of the Special Police Operations Battalion (BOPE) over a year. The study concluded that agents showed resistance to activating the cameras, even during routine care.

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