This report from the Office of Justice Programs Diagnostic Center provides a discussion of the issues and evidence surrounding the use of body-worn cameras among law enforcement. Body-worn cameras are video recording devices worn by law enforcement officers to record policing activities. This report reviews research on the technology and key issues to consider, including perceived advantages and limitations. It also provides recommendations surrounding the need for improved research on the technology, and for the cautious adoption of the devices.
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