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VideoBadge showcased helping revenue protect officers on London Tube network.
Body worn video is proven to help reduce the number of incidents of aggressive behaviour toward civil enforcement officers. There are sometimes occasions when abuse or violence cannot be prevented and this is when video evidence is needed to secure a conviction in court.
The Police Superintendents' Conference opens today at 2pm with a welcome from the President, Irene Curtis.
Following a successful trial of VideoBadge body worn cameras in 2013, Guernsey Police has adopted the technology for officers.
Congratulations on making a great decision to invest in your employee’s security and accountability through Edesix Body Worn Camera (BWC) solutions.
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.
A recent report published by the College of Policing, shows the positive contribution body worn cameras have when dealing with domestic abuse incidents.
Keeping staff safe is a priority for parking enforcement managers, but a difficult task as enforcement officers can often work alone.
VideoBadge is to be used by enforcement officers in Glasgow to protect staff when issuing fines to litter louts and dog owners who do not clean up after their pets.
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).
In an innovative community project, Merseyside Police have been using VideoBadge body worn cameras to tackle hate crime 'hot spots'.
Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe backs body worn video devices being used by the police.
VideoBadge body worn cameras have been issued to officers dealing with domestic violence complaints as part of a Northumbria Police campaign to bring more offenders to justice.
A woman’s claim that she was assaulted by police has been thrown out after body-cam footage helped prove it didn’t happen.
Panoramic Growth Equity, a leading equity investor in fast growing, entrepreneurial UK companies, today announced that it has invested £750,000 of growth capital in technology company Edesix, which was founded by a group of serial British technology entrepreneurs.
Edesix, a UK-based market leader in body worn camera (BWC) solutions, has secured further investment from Panoramic Growth Equity, who have been backing the company since 2014.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has appointed Edesix as the supplier for Body Worn Video technology. This development marks the next phase in the roll-out of body worn video technology to officers delivering front-line policing across Northern Ireland.
Staff on the frontline are discovering the benefits of VideoBadge, the body worn video system from Edesix.
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