Midday Sunday: Smartphone Video, Journalism And Police

(FOX 11) Smartphones capable of recording video and audio have drastically changed the relationship between police and the communities they serve.

WATCH: Smartphone Video, Journalism And Police (Part 1)

Sunday's guest is Alex Salazar, a former Los Angeles Police Department officer who is now a private investigator. He talks about why police are so afraid of being seen on amateur video, and why some LAPD officers have been disabling the body cameras they are being required to wear now.

WATCH: Smartphone Video, Journalism And Police (Part 2)

To contact Alex Salazar via his blog, go to renegadepopo.com. He is a private investigator for All American Investigations at cops4hire.com. The website for The National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice, Reform and Accountability (NCLEQJ) is at honestpolice.com.

WATCH: Smartphone Video, Journalism And Police (Part 3)

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