On Sept 28th, 2016 Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new law that makes it mandatory for California law enforcement to record manslaughter interrogations. This is to improve on getting rightful convictions of guilty criminals and protecting those falsely accused. Before, the law stated that a recording was only necessary for juvenile murder investigations.
Commission recommends that Texas police officers are required to record interrogations in all felony cases as soon as suspect enters the interrogation room.
Here you'll find the latest on information on video evidence and interview recording equipment for law enforcement, child advocacy centers, and government agencies.