You’ve probably seen reality shows where cops interrogate a suspect and it’s all recorded on video.
In some place…like Seneca county…they don’t have video interrogation rooms. But that could soon be changing. The state is passing out a million dollars to help police departments around New York set-up video rooms for questioning suspects.
Police say the recorded interrogations are often helpful in court, allowing jurors to see exactly what a suspect said at the time of an arrest.