Thats a poor comparison. Cops have the ability to shoot someone dead every time they encounter someone. You're comparing that to someone working behind the desk on a computer. They can turn the thing off when they're not on a stop. Its not that intrusive for them. Please ..,.... you have a massive chip on your shoulder when it comes to law enforcement.
Originally Posted By: Garak
It is helpful, and I'd have no problem with it. Obviously, however, some people don't like their entire working day videotaped and/or audiotaped. That doesn't mean they're not good at their job or they're not doing their job with integrity and to the best of their abilities. Let's extrapolate this to me owning a company that employs a dozen desk jockeys of various sorts. I'd be perfectly within my rights to aim a camera over their shoulder, or use whatever other means I like, to monitor every keystroke they make and every site they visit. Does it mean they would all agree to it? Would anyone who disagrees with it automatically be a bad employee?
Originally Posted By: hatt
Go ahead and explain why good cops don't want cameras. All the research indicates cameras are very helpful.