AAP (via Yahoo) have a story in which AFP Commission Mick Keelty announces plans to install black boxes in ACT Police cars to protect the public and the police.
Australian Federal Police commissioner Mick Keelty says the boxes will help investigations after police pursuits and car accidents involving police cars.
Is it a little odd that the Chief Police Officer wasn’t making this announcement? Or does the boss get as much media as possible?
UPDATED: As I was posting this Ari sent in the following:
All ACT police cars will be fitted with black-box recorders to log speed and location, AFP Commissioner Mick Keelty reckons.
Such a system would have been extremely useful in investigations over Clea Rose’s death.