Governor Scott Walker agrees that Wisconsin should have clear rules how law enforcement deals with the public release of body camera footage. The Republican Walker says people should be able to see what police agencies and criminals are doing. But he says it’s also “realistic to assess” whether people who appear in the videos should have their faces or images released if they had nothing to do with a crime. State lawmakers held a public hearing last week on a G-O-P bill to keep police body camera footage secret unless it involves injuries, deaths, arrests, or searches. Open records’ supporters say the bill would make it harder to see body camera footage of crimes with public interest.