Recording of Interrogations in Nevada

In 2019, Nevada passed a law that requires every law enforcement agency in the state to adopt a written policy on electronic recording of custodial interrogations that, at minimum, requires custodial interrogations that occur in a place of detention to be recorded in their entirety for suspects in homicide and sexual assault cases. All law enforcement agencies shall implement their policies no later than April 1, 2020. Effective: 2019.

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