On Wednesday, August 12, and spurred on by deadly confrontations involving police officers, Illinois governor Bruce Rauner signed wide-ranging law enforcement rules for police body cameras, bias-free policing and more data collection on arrests into law. The new law doesn’t mandate body cameras, but does specify how they should be worn, when they have to be turned on and how long recorded videos should be kept. To read the rest of this article head to ABC 7 Chicago.
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