In November 2016 body worn video cameras started to be rolled out to the Metropolitan Police officers. BWV devices are small, visible cameras, attached to officers’ uniform that capture both video and audio evidence.
We set up a street fight situation using active police officers and actors to demonstrate how BWV would be beneficial for all. The position of the cameras allowed for those viewing the footage to see the situation from the two officers’ perspective. The audio statements from the witnesses after the incident, juxtapose with the recordings captured by the body-worn cameras.
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