Olena Kaplan and Saverio Romeo explore the origins and rapid growth of body-worn cameras and how they can be used to give security forces the edge
A number of high-profile and countless low-profile cases of public unrest involving the behaviour of citizens and the police have triggered discussions on how to improve relationships between communities and their police services, in a bid to increase police accountability and restore trust. With the increasing use of CCTV already delivering benefits, the idea of wearable body cameras is seen as a possible solution, recording interactions between police officers . . .