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Body-worn cameras for North East ambulance crews are helping prevent attacks on paramedics, a meeting has heard.
In July 2017, figures from the independent police complaints commission showed the number of fatal police shootings in England and wales had reached the highest level in 13 years, after 6 police-armed fatalities were recorded in 2016/17.
From today (Wednesday 16 November 2016) Officers across Belfast City Policing District will be using Body Worn Video cameras when they are on duty.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) have begun using 400 Edesix VideoBadges in Belfast as their force wide roll-out begins. The deployment has already garnered significant press coverage with the story being featured in multiple publications and on TV, receiving coverage not only from national newspapers, but also from industry specialists.
Edesix Ltd., a market leader in the provision of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, will be showcasing how BWC’s are helping to deliver a better future for the fire services at Security and Policing 2017.
Environment Agency enforcement teams in the East Midlands have adopted wearing body worn video cameras in their fight against crime following a successful six-month trial of the practice in the North-East.
Airports are one of the most security intensive areas in modern society. With so many people arriving every day to travel across the world, securing such a premise is a monumental task.
Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) are becoming an increasingly common sight in today’s society.
As the presence of Body Worn Video (BWV) becomes more prominent here in the UK, and in the United States, the unbiased outcome of evidential footage is enforcing justice, no matter the position and status of the offender.
The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) is the first Ambulance Service to trial body worn video cameras in a scheme that launches this week.
Edesix, a leading provider of Body Worn Camera (BWC) solutions, will showcase its new integrated security technology on the Genetec stand at Security Essen 2018, the world’s most important trade fair for security in Germany.
Today Edesix launches its first generation of WiFi enabled VideoBadge - the VB-300 series.
Edesix, provider of Body Worn Camera solutions, announces the launch of new head and torso mounted cameras.
Edesix Ltd., a market leader in the provision of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, has announced its selection as the Body Worn Camera (BWC) provider of choice for Her Majesty’s Prison Service throughout the UK.
The Edesix team is excited that we have been shortlisted for a Scottish Exporter of the Year award!
Our US partners, Federal Signal, created this great little video using one of our VideoBadge VB-300s at the Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games this weekend!
Closed circuit television (CCTV) and body worn cameras (BWCs) are perceived as being on different ends of the spectrum when it comes to camera security. However, with the advent of Wi-Fi enablement in the Videobadge VB-300 series, CCTV and BWCs can be used conjunctively to make a more complete security system.
CCTV is one of the most widely implemented forms of security equipment. Now that Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) can be integrated into a CCTV set-up to allow for live-viewing, the usefulness of CCTV systems has grown exponentially.
Traditional means of site security have relied on fixed IP cameras to cover the most vulnerable areas on site. With the advent of live-streaming technology in Body Worn Cameras (BWC), both the Fixed Cameras and BWCs can work in tandem through a single Video Management System (VMS).
Prison warders in Northern Ireland are to start wearing body-cameras in “high risk areas”, it was announced today.
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