CBS HAD THE BRONCO CHASE

CBS HAD THE BRONCO CHASE

Post by Joe Nicholso » Wed, 05 Feb 1997 04:00:00

 -=> Quoting Mike Rice to All <=-

 MR> Yaeh, but I think they called OJ.  Does that mean the LAPD has a
 MR> right to violate the federal law and release the tapes to the public.

 All calls in and out of the comm center are taped.....intercom to
 other agencies, phones, radio channels.  They have been since the
 beginning of time.....it's not something new with 9-1-1. You should
 see the banks of 16-channel (or more) recorders spinning and taping
 24 hours a day, with PacBell time of the day recorded on a channel.

 Federal statute specifically exempts police and fire departments.
 There was == NO == violation of any law.

 And under the California Freedom of Information Act they are a
 public record (except certain information which, if released,
 would hinder or compromise an investigation).

 You should understand what you're talking about before opening
 your mouth or typing and making a fool of yourself, especially
 when making false accusations.

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CBS HAD THE BRONCO CHASE

Post by CastleC.. » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00



Federal statute specifically exempts police and fire departments.

Quote:> There was == NO == violation of any law.

I think that there is no law anywhere that states you can't record a
conversation over any phone line anytime as long as one of the parties
in the conversation is doing the recording.  The law is about THIRD
PARTIES not involved in the conversation.  That is WIRE TAP.  The
police department is involved in the conversation.  Now there is a law
that states a beep has to be inserted on the line to notify the caller
that the conversation is being taped.  But it is not inforced.
 
 
 

CBS HAD THE BRONCO CHASE

Post by D Sta » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00


>police department is involved in the conversation.  Now there is a law
>that states a beep has to be inserted on the line to notify the caller
>that the conversation is being taped.  But it is not inforced.

Places and organizations that can normally be expected to tape
telephone calls (such as police departments) are generally exempted
from such regulations.

73 de Dave, NF2G

 
 
 

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Post by Bud Jamis » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00

C> I think that there is no law anywhere that states you can't record a
C> conversation over any phone line anytime as long as one of the parties
C> in the conversation is doing the recording.  The law is about THIRD

You think wrong.  Many States have laws requiring BOTH parties to agree to the
taping, and require a tone be present to make sure no one forgets or wasn't
aware.

... Okay, I took it all apart.  Now what?

 
 
 

CBS HAD THE BRONCO CHASE

Post by nu.. » Thu, 06 Feb 1997 04:00:00



Quote:>I think that there is no law anywhere that states you can't record a
>conversation over any phone line anytime as long as one of the
parties
>in the conversation is doing the recording.

In California BOTH parties must consent to the recording.
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> : never let my child watch this again"... I mean if Spiderman and The
> : X-Men are allowed to beat people up.. shoot at people (With bullets)..
> : and sometimes show a little ***.. why can't ReBoot?
>         I've never noticed bullets in any of the Marvel TV shows, they
> always seem to use "laser" guns, even the cops shooting at Spiderman.

Yeah.. that's true, but there's no diffrence. Both of them are meant to
hurt/kill... but then again I guess a child can't really get his/her
hands on a "Lazer" gun... hmmm.

But still... they punch and kick and smash and stuff.

Quote:>         Ever notice the old WB cartoons being butchered, too?

Yup. S'sad really.
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Post by cwheele » Fri, 07 Feb 1997 04:00:00



> >police department is involved in the conversation.  Now there is a law
> >that states a beep has to be inserted on the line to notify the caller
> >that the conversation is being taped.  But it is not inforced.

> Places and organizations that can normally be expected to tape
> telephone calls (such as police departments) are generally exempted
> from such regulations.

An example would be calling the main number (operator switchboard) at a
large corporation such as the one I work for (in CA).  All calls to our
operator are recorded without any beeps or signals.  This is because the
law recognizes that when you call a primary operator number it is not
unreasonable to record the call.

Other phones at our facility cannot be recorded without permission or
the appropriate signal/beep.  This includes oiur security control room
and emergecny numbers.

The police really do not need to put a beep on 911 lines.  They are
often there because everything going to these answering positions is
recorded, including non-emergency lines.

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Curtis