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Body Worn Cameras are currently used by local authorities across the UK to protect staff and capture evidential footage of incidents.
The amount of verbal abuse suffered by members of the public and civil enforcement officers (CEOs) has been on the rise for the past several years.
Urbanization is placing a huge strain on our emergency services and all public safety organisations.
Edesix is now taking its level of protection for the parking sector one step further, with the introduction of Vigilant Solution's Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology.
Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) are becoming an increasingly common sight in today’s society.
Parking enforcement teams are discovering the benefits of body worn video to prevent conflict and abuse against staff during their working day.
Metropolitan police have released body camera footage of an irate man assaulting a traffic warden in London, in an appeal to identify the suspect.
Keeping staff safe is a priority for parking enforcement managers, but a difficult task as enforcement officers can often work alone.
Following the success of its European launch earlier this year, Edesix will be showcasing VideoBadge2 at this year's Parkex exhibition.
Last year, there was 10 incidents of abuse against traffic wardens in Lancashire. After the attacks Lancashire NSL traffic wardens have been given our body cameras for their own protection, not for recording car details.
Now in its 8th year, Parking World 2012 is the leading forum for public and private sector parking specialists working in both the on-street and off-street arenas.
With increasing frequency Civil Enforcement Officers are subjected to verbal abuse as they carry out their duties on behalf of the local authority. Typically incidents of this type can be difficult to prove in a ‘one word against another’ scenario and often no charges are brought against the offender.
Attendants at St John's Hospital in Livingston are fighting back after they were targeted with verbal and physical abuse by drivers using the car park.
Rutland County Council's parking enforcement officers will start using VideoBadge from today (11th August).
CEOs in Sevenoaks will be using VideoBadge to improve safety in their parking enforcement from November.
Bury traffic wardens are set to be kitted out with cameras fitted discreetly in their clothing and headwear.
Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) are a necessity for local authorities across the UK as transparency, safety of staff & greater accountability become more important for UK councils, as well as the communities they serve.
VideoBadge body worn video has been issued to every parking warden at Lincolnshire County Council after a run of abuse which caused a staff turnover rate of 100%.
The finalists for the British Parking Awards 2013 have been announced and we are proud to say we have been shortlisted!