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Showing Stories from 2nd July 2020 to 16th November 2022
World first as Scotland introduces biometric data Code of Practice

World first as Scotland introduces biometric data Code of Practice

(16/11/22) The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Dr Brian Plastow believes this Code 'promotes good practice, transparency and accountability' by setting out standards for professional decision-making.

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Force has less than a thousand BWV cameras despite 10,000 roll out target

Force has less than a thousand BWV cameras despite 10,000 roll out target

(07/11/22) 'Basic kit' needed to help reduce court backlog by increasing number of guilty pleas.

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(25/10/22) Scottish Biometrics Commissioner open to use of live facial recognition
Guiding light: the future for Body Worn Video in policing

Guiding light: the future for Body Worn Video in policing

(03/10/22) The Staff Officer to the NPCC Lead on Body Worn Video hopes that the upcoming new guidance on the subject becomes "the benchmark" of best practice for forces.

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(21/09/22) New Body Worn Video guidance to be published next month (17/08/22) Dip sampling of random BWV footage 'would increase transparency' (28/07/22) The rise in body-worn cameras and the opportunity for policing (18/07/22) Derbyshire PCC invests £2m in digital evidence system (18/07/22) West Midlands first force to livestream Body Worn Video footage (09/06/22) Don't take video evidence at face-value, investigators warned (19/01/22) Force CCTV portal cuts down officer time requesting evidence footage (12/07/21) Police Scotland firearms teams finally get body worn video cameras (24/06/21) BWV introduced in West Mercia year after Dalian Atkinson's death (07/06/21) How technology is helping police G7 (04/06/21) 'Fourth-biggest UK force' put together for G7 summit (01/06/21) Scottish Fed demands body cameras after nearly 7,000 officer assaults (18/03/21) Force criticised for buying gadgets instead of basic support ICT (04/03/21) Officers were 'more mobile' with paper based systems in the 80s (16/12/20) Force procures new BWV system that tags incident footage on-the-go (09/12/20) Advertorial: Why 2020 has been the year of digital transformation (27/10/20) Comment: digital transformation (15/10/20) Met upgrades body worn video technology with 24,000 device roll-out (14/10/20) West Midlands launch stop and search survey with BWV footage (07/10/20) Cambridgeshire expands scrutiny panel to include use of force (08/09/20) Releasing video clips won't win social media war, Met deputy warns (19/08/20) Fed asks for meeting with NPCC and College over publicising BWV (20/07/20) South Wales PC dismissed for false statements to IOPC investigators (15/07/20) Social media clips don't tell full story, says Met Deputy Commissioner (02/07/20) Almost all forces can now share digital evidence with the CPS
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