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Body-Worn Cameras for Law Enforcement
The National Institute of Justice Sensor, Surveillance, and Biometric Technologies Center of Excellence prepared an aid in the use of Body-Worn Cameras in law enforcement. This course reviews evidence on BWCs and provides a comprehensive resource to help agencies make informed decisions regarding BWC adoption.
Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program
By purchasing and implementing a body-worn camera system, a department creates a reasonable expectation members of the public and media can review the actions of its officers. With certain exceptions, body-worn camera video footage should be made available to the public upon request — not only because the videos are public records but also because doing so enables police departments to demonstrate transparency to their community. This course serves as a guide to the considerations police departments should undertake if they wish to adopt body-worn cameras.
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