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originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: MotherMayEye
There are transcripts, not sure about actual audio.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
a reply to: MotherMayEye
Transcript of radio traffic with link to audio clip.
Star Tribune link
That's interesting i would not have expected such a similar db reading .If the cop was in the passenger seat (lets assume he was rt handed) he could have pushed the gun against the driver side door frame or close to it. I suspect the gun was already drawn how long does it take to figure out it's a blonde in her nightgown? The lack of video evidence is telling is a coverup underway?
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: SRPrime
Infact; most people think there is no reason to own a .22, but the reason is, it's the only safe firearm to discharge in enclosed spaces without hearing protection.
I would point out than anyone who believed that is an idiot. Present company included.
.22 long rifle pistol - 152 db
9mm pistol - 160 db
originally posted by: SR1TX
a reply to: Shamrock6
The current policy requires officers to turn on their cameras in more than a dozen situations, including for a traffic stop, search of a person or building, any contact involving criminal activity and before the use of force. In the last instance, the policy says if officers can't turn cameras on before using force they should do so afterward, as soon as it's safe.
Minneapolis Police Department Policy and Procedure Manual 4-200, Equipment and Supply Responsibilities:
Paragraph 4-223 (Body Worn Cameras [06/29/16]) (IV)(E)(1)(a)
When safe to do so, officers shall manually activate the BWC during the following situations.
- Any search, including but not limited to searches of vehicles, persons, and buildings.
d. If there is a failure to activate the BWC in any of the above situations, the Officer shall document the reasons for the failure in the Officer’s report or supplement.
I. If a report is not prepared, the reasons for the failure to activate shall be documented via added remarks in Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD).
E. Activation (07/29/17)
1. Activation Required
When safe to do so, officers shall manually activate the BWC during the followingOfficers shall activate their BWC for the following circumstances:
i. Upon being dispatched and starting travel to a call for service. This includes