CORVALLIS, Ore. —  It was a boring Sunday at NW 16th Street and NW Jackson Avenue off the Oregon State University campus when witnesses say a state of affairs escalated in a approach they did not anticipate.

OSU scholar Genesis Hansen, 21, was arrested after allegedly interfering with a peace officer and resisting arrest.

Officials stated they will launch physique cam video from the officers early subsequent week, however KEZI 9 News was allowed to look at it inside their OSU workplace on Friday.

Both physique cam video and mobile phone video taken of the occasion present police stopping Hansen for allegedly using her bike in opposition to site visitors.

Officers repeatedly requested for her ID, however she refused, saying there was no purpose to cease her within the first place. She additionally demanded that officers present her proof that an ID was required below the legislation.

At one level, Hansen instructed officers she didn’t respect authority.

Hansen stated she was profiled and handled unfairly by police. Oregon State Police (OSP) denies racially profiling Hansen, who identifies as being of blended race.

In a brand new assertion issued late Friday afternoon, they stated partly:

“As an agency that is committed to eliminating racial profiling and implicit bias in policing, allegations are being meticulously reviewed and we are compiling as much information as possible. For an agency that makes more than a quarter million enforcement contacts a year, profiling complaints are a statistical rarity and when made, we take them very seriously.”

OSU launched a press release saying they instantly talked to legislation enforcement about their issues about what they noticed within the video.
And they’re asking legislation enforcement to look at their insurance policies and practices.

Hansen was booked into the Benton County Jail however launched after getting a quotation for interfering with a peace officer and resisting arrest.