Following a successful trial in 2013 the States of Jersey Police have been wearing body-worn video cameras.
The body-worn video cameras are to provide a deterrent against anti-social behaviour and other incidents, and provide us with a way to gather evidence for the courts.
The body-worn video (BWV) cameras have helped reduce crime by:
BWV footage has been used to provide stronger evidence in court which, in turn, increases guilty pleas and helps secure stronger sentences.
Inspector Sarah Henderson, who led the Body Worn Video (BWV) project, said: “The use of body worn cameras has been common place in the UK for many years and it is something we can benefit from here.
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