General Assembly


Short Title

Addresses police body camera records 
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Long Title To enact section 149.436 of the Revised Code to provide that a record created by a body camera that is worn or carried by a law enforcement officer who is engaged in the performance of the officer's official duties generally is a public record, to provide in the specified circumstances in which such a record is not a public record that there are conditions under which the record becomes a public record, to provide that the portions of a record that contain personal information or information that is not relevant to the offense or delinquent act are exempt from inspection and copying under the Public Records Law and are subject to redaction, and to require a local records commission to maintain records from a body camera for a minimum of one year unless the law enforcement agency is subject to a records retention schedule that establishes a longer period of time.


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House Judiciary Committee

Primary Sponsors

Niraj J. Antani
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