BWVSG

Body Worn Video Steering Group

Studies/Reports

Document Description Description
BWV Final Report Paisley Aberdeen  Evaluation Report July 2011
The Effect of BWV on Police Use-of-Force Police Foundation report based on a study on Rialto (CA) Police Department October 2013
Body Worn Camera Systems for Tactical Operations Technical Report System Assessment and Validation for Emergency Responders (SAVER) 2013
Enhancing Police Accountability Through An Effective On-Body Camera Program For MPD Officers Report and Recommendations to Police Complaints Board for the Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia, South Carolina May 2014
Police Officer Body-Worn Cameras: Assessing the Evidence Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Diagnostic Center on body-worn video cameras. This review was produced for a Diagnostic Center client seeking to understand the costs and benefits to the law enforcement community to use body-worn camera technology 2014
Strengthening CBP with the Use of Body-Worn Cameras ACLU National Report on BWV use in Customs and Border Protection Updated 2014
Essex Body Worn Video Trial Report Assessment of the impact of body worn video on domestic abuse cases October 2014
BWV Evaluation and Reccomendations Mesa Police Department report of on-officer body camera system conducted between 2012-2013 2014
Wichita Police Department Report: BWCs: Background, Issues, and Funding.  This report studies other department’s body camera programs, looking into the intricacies of funding and implementation and how this would work for Wichita Police Department. November 2014
Evaluation of the Introduction of Body Worn Video Cameras (Operation Hyperion) on the Isle of Wight: Final Report to Hampshire Constabulary Assessment of the impact of body worn video as part of Operation Hyperion 2015
The Use of Body-Worn Cameras by Law Enforcement (1) Testimony of the Constitution Project Policy Counsel Madhuri Grewal, The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Listening Session on Technology and Social Media (Jan 31st) 2015
The Use of Body-Worn Cameras by Law Enforcement (2)  Written Testimony of Chief Jim Bueermann (ret.) President, Police Foundation. Listening Session on Technology and Social Media (Jan 31st) 2015
Body-Worn Video Cameras for Law Enforcement Assessment Report U.S. Dept. of  Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, prepared by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic 2015
The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Final Report Focused on modern approaches to policing and relationships with communities, discussing body cameras in several sections. 2015
BWV: Considering the Evidence Final report to Edmonton Police Service after 3 years of comprehensive study, resulting in a graduated deployment of cameras to specialised units. 2015