My friend's house was broken into today, and he captured video of the burglar on his Nest Cam.
It alerted him of movement inside his house via his phone, and when he checked the video stream, he saw the perpetrator in the act.
He called 911, who sent police very quickly. They caught the burglar in the act and arrested him at gunpoint.
My dad, who is a professor of Criminology, wants to show the video to his students for educational purposes. Is there any legal reason why he couldn't do that?
The officers who arrived told my friend that the burglar is 16 years old, if that matters. He can be seen in the video noticing the camera, but clearly he wasn't explicitly informed that he was being recorded.
This is in Austin, TX, USA.