Some people believe that these cameras will cause privacy issues, “...they value their freedom from close supervision and are wary of big brother.”(Scheindlin). Many citizens on the other side of the argument think that it goes against certain laws and doesn’t give the full story. Along with privacy errors, some people also think that it doesn’t include every piece of evidence, “...they can only record events from the officer's point of view. There is no guarantee that all pertinent details will be captured on video.” (Koh). By showing the story through the officer’s eyes people think the other side of the story will not be shown. There is always two sides to an argument, but there is also always a stronger side.
Although cameras are seen in a bad light by promoting privacy concerns, body cameras help police by gathering information about the case, and keeping them from having false accusations. Body cameras help judges, policemen, and juries by showing what really happened and keeping people from being blamed about something they never did. Alongside that, they also help by gathering information and evidence about the case, so when victims are shaken up, policemen will be able to catch what happened on film. In the long run, safety is far more important than a