BWVSG

Body Worn Video Steering Group

Monthly Archives: January 2014

Jamaica Police take a step closer to BWV

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Jamaica Police have recently taken a step closer to adopting body worn video camera technology after the Minister of National Security Peter Bunting said chosen units from the force will start wearing them.


‘Leon’s Law’ brings body worn cameras one step closer to Luton Police

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“Leon’s Law” is an urgent demand from campaigners, calling on the government to make it a law for Police Officers to film all interactions with the public.


Upcoming Event

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The problem with Body Worn Video


Hampshire Constabulary chief constable Andy Marsh welcomes government funding to build body worn camera program

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Hampshire Constabulary chief constable Andy Marsh is an avid supporter of body worn cameras and has expressed his delight after receiving funds to develop the existing program that is currently in operation.


Gwent Police trial 360 body worn cameras with funds from the Home Office

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Gwent Police are the latest Police Force in the UK who will be trialling body worn cameras with funding from the Home Office.


Prime Minister declares body worn cameras are “an important step forward”

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Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has announced “I want our officers to be able to be more open when it comes to the investigations that follow these events.


Scotland Yard announce armed police will be deployed with body worn cameras

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Today, Scotland Yard has announced that armed police will be equipped with body worn video cameras in a bid to obtain an unbiased account of controversial confrontations between police and the public.


“Leon’s Law” – a bid to make body worn cameras compulsary

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“Leon’s Law” is an urgent demand from campaigners, calling on the government to make it a law for Police Officers to film all interactions with the public.