Timothy Clemens

Open-government activist and computer programmer

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Open-government activist and computer programmer in Seattle where he’s working with the Seattle Police Department to create an easy way to upload police camera footage online

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Next time a Los Angeles police officer talks to you, you might be on camera. By next year, 7,000 LA cops are expected to hit the streets with body cams.

The LAPD Prepares to Wear Body Cameras

Next time a Los Angeles police officer talks to you, you might be on camera. By next year, 7,000 LA cops are expected to hit the streets with body cams.

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