House Bill 1019 unanimously passed both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly earlier this year, and Gov. Mike Pence signed it into law in March. But the new requirements have triggered concerns from some police agencies about the data storage costs and administrative hurdles that didn’t previously exist.
Police departments, sheriff’s offices and other local agencies must retain the footage for 190 days – and, in some cases, for years. Police also must let those who are filmed view the recordings, and allow members of the public to receive copies of a video, but only after agencies obscure the identities of undercover officers, crime victims and children.
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