Gabriel San Roman / OC Weekly Monique Deckard, R.I.P.
When Anaheim police fired their guns and killed Monique Deckard on March 8, they had their body cameras turned on. The shooting had been the first since the department outfitted its officers with the recording device. The much-ballyhooed change aimed at increasing transparency, but no footage of the Deckard shooting has ever been publicly released. Body cameras get a mere side mention in the Orange County District Attorney's (OCDA) report released this week clearing police officers of any wrongdoing.