Micro-Cassette Recorders

Micro-Cassette Recorders

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A police officer may surreptitiously record conversations when such use is appropriate to the proper performance of his/her official duties, where the recordings are consistent with agency policy, and as long as the person being recorded would have no reasonable expectation of privacy about the conversation.

These documents are intended to provide officers with instructions on when and how to use micro-cassette recorders (MCR) so that officers may reliably audio record their contacts with the public in accordance with state law. These documents do not govern the use of surreptitious recording devices used in undercover operations.

This topic has been archived - it is intended for reference purposes only and will not be updated.

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