I think it's more a matter of not letting cops have any discretion. I've had minor encounters with LEOs where, because I was relatively cool with the officer, I was simply told "pour that out" , "get your friend home" or "pull your pants up, sir". I'm grateful the officer didn't have a camera recording the whole time. If he did, he would have been far less likely to let me go. I see the argument that constant surveillance will lead to a more even application of the law. If they know their boss is watching they'll have to treat their best friend the same as a stranger, white males the same as any minority. But, this also means we're essentially eliminating the cool cop's ability to be cool. Every officer will be forced to become that dick sticks to the letter of the law to a fault.