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Police audio, video evidence used in record numbers

7:31 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
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The Appleton Police Department received a record number of requests for video evidence tied to crimes in 2012, and the trend shows no signs of slowing.

Of the 10,129 public record requests processed by the Appleton Police Department last year, 1,319 were for electronic media - usually audio, video and other digital files. That's a seven-fold increase since 2006, when the department began tracking statistics.

A majority of the requests came from assistant district attorneys, according to a review by Post-Crescent Media. Under the state's Public Records Law, the newspaper asked for all ...

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