Police Say Dash Cams Don’t Show S.C. Shooting

Police Say Dash Cams Don't Show S.C. Shooting

Police are now saying that the shooting of an unarmed black man in North Charleston, S.C., by a police officer was not capture on the dashboard camera of the officer charged with murder in the case.

South Caroline Law Enforcement Division spokesman Thom Berry said none of the cameras mounted on any of the police vehicles that responded to the scene, which was captured by a civilian on his cellphone.

"I have been told that none of the cameras have the incident itself," Berry said, adding that he has not seen the video. "Most of it will be driving to the scene, parking the vehicles."

Berry said officials are reviewing "potentially hours of video," because video from all the cars that responded is being reviewed.

About the Author

Matt Holden is an Associate Content Editor for 1105 Media, Inc. He received his MFA and BA in journalism from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. He currently writes and edits for Occupational Health & Safety magazine, and Security Today.

  • Ahead of Current Events Ahead of Current Events

    In this episode, Ralph C. Jensen chats with Dana Barnes, president of global government at Dataminr. We talk about the evolution of Dataminr and how data software benefits business and personnel alike. The Dataminr mission is to keep subscribers up-to-date on worldwide events in case of employee travel. Barnes recites Dataminr history and how their platform works. With so much emphasis on cybersecurity, Barnes goes into detail about his cybersecurity background and the measures Dataminr takes to ensure safe and secure implementation.

Digital Edition

  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Spaces4Learning
  • Campus Security & Life Safety