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Body worn video requires rethinking of data storage

British forces are rushing to adopt the latest video technology on the front line, but to successfully realise its advantages requires new ways of managing the incoming flood of data.

Body worn video requires rethinking of data storage

Date - 20th March 2015
By - Gary Mason - Police Product Insight
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Body worn video (BWV) is the newest “new thing” in UK policing. Many forces are seeking a slice of the Home Office Innovation Fund to trial the new technology with the intention of implementing force-wide roll-outs. But is there a danger...
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