- Does your force use body worn cameras? If the answer is yes please indicate whether this is part of a trial or if the technology has been adopted on a permanent basis
- How many body worn cameras has your force purchased?
- How much has your force spent on body worn cameras?
- Please provide the make, model and manufacturer of the body worn cameras your force has purchased.
- Where and for how long is the footage held?
- Please provide documentation relating to the results of any trial of body worn cameras that your force has undertaken.
CLARIFICATION RE QUESTION 4
Regarding question 4, I mean any camera that needs to be replaced.
So if the casing is mal-functional, I wouldn’t consider the camera damaged. However, if the camera is unable to charge, transfer data or the lens is scratched I would consider that damaged.
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