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Body worn video cameras in prison

Evaluation of prison officers’ use of body worn video cameras found they had a varying impact on the levels of recorded violence and use of force.

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Police body cameras cut complaints by 93%

Complaints drop by 93% There can be no doubt that body-worn cameras increase the transparency of frontline policing. Anything that has been recorded can be

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The Leveson Review

“time and resources are frequently being wasted as a consequence of the practice of adjourning the sentencing hearing so that the Probation Service can prepare a presentence report (PSR) for cases that either do not require a PSR or when an oral report would suffice.”

Digital Engagement

Police, Camera, Action!

Police all over the world are currently trialling wearable body cameras. Typically, cameras are worn on patrol and record high definition footage which is transmitted wirelessly to a central database. Currently, the video cameras are worn openly and are attached to uniforms, sunglasses or even hats. They have a number of possible benefits…

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