My daughter was attacked by a couple of other girls at a local park. Even thought i called the cops. The cop that came was a bit rude. And all the kids have different stories. States Attorney is always overwhelmed and i dont know when and/or he'll get to it.
You can subpoena the video or request it per FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) IF you know what you are doing and have a proper purpose. I'm not sure you can do this yourself.
Further, I'm not entirely sure what you think obtaining the video will accomplish. Do you think you turning the video to the authorities will cause them to seek charges against the parties who attacked your daughter? I would guess they would not do anything.
You can try that tact, but I am not optimistic for you.
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FOIA would likely be best here. It requires an answer within a relatively short amount of time, is cost-effective, and gets you what you would want.
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