By Michael G. Stogner
The David Khan Misdemeanor Case #20-NMOO6433-A is the Perfect example of why the Daly City Police Department should want to use Body-Worn Cameras. I’m listing Items 7&8 only he is demanding the return of.
22 Ounces of gold bullion and small pieces of gold.
Cash approximately $80,000 (Eighty Thousand) or more.
Does the Daly City Police have the above Items? if so when will they be returning them to Mr. Khan?
In 2015-16 the San Mateo County Grand Jury Investigated the Law Enforcement Agencies using Body-Worn Cameras.
2015-16 Grand Jury Report: Body Cameras the Real Truth
Based on it’s investigation, the Grand Jury concludes that the body-worn cameras would be advantageous for all San Mateo County law enforcement agencies as well as the individuals they encounter.
The behavior of both Residents and Police Officers improves when their actions are being recorded on video.
The Body-Worn Videos must be made available to the Public before they are edited/captioned like the Sandra L. Harmon Homicide in Half Moon Bay May 5. 2020. San Mateo County Sheriff Carlos G. Bolanos refuses to make the AXON LOG RECORDS available to the Public.
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