Edesix Body Worn Camera solutions help in preventing criminal & anti-social behaviour directed at Police Officers. Captured footage provides greater transparency of the Police Service to the general public, and significantly reduces the requirement for officers and members of the community to attend court proceedings in the case of escalated situations. Save time, protect officers and create secure evidential footage using one solution.REVIEW SOLUTION
When dealing with the public, Civil Enforcement Officers are often confronted with anti-social behaviour & abuse. The easy-to-use lightweight VideoBadge with full ID holder helps to protect CEO’s & the public by acting as a deterrent to aggressive behaviour whilst recording evidential footage for criminal prosecution, should this prove necessary.REVIEW SOLUTION
Used by lone workers & field agents in civil enforcement, the NHS and security roles, discreet and inoffensive VideoBadges provide effective protection against aggression and often eliminate the need to activate a panic alarm or radio during incidents. Share footage securely on the go or from your home with our unique lone worker solution, and eliminate time spent returning to HQ to download footage.REVIEW SOLUTION
CCTV is one of the most widely implemented forms of security for businesses and local authorities. Now that Body Worn Cameras (BWC) can be integrated in to a CCTV system, not only can a company rely on their fixed cameras to secure the most vulnerable areas on their premises, but they can also have staff-worn cameras to gain further coverage, and obtain real-time audio and video.REVIEW SOLUTION
We think our Body Worn Cameras offer huge advantages to our customers, but don't take our word for it - here are some testimonials from VideoBadge users:
"Following the introduction of these cameras, our complaints fell, while satisfaction for our agents rose because they felt more protected and the customer interaction became more pleasant."
Gareth Hughes, Marston Group Chief Executive
"We wanted full control of the position and angle of the camera to correspond with the current task of the officer. They may be seated in a car, walking along a platform or on a train. Edesix were able to adapt VideoBadge to accommodate this, something that not all providers would be willing or able to do.”
Martyn Guiver, Northern Rail’s Head of Crime
"VideoBadge has made it possible to evaluate new equipment while out in the field."
Dr Gareth Clegg, Resuscitation Research Group, Edinburgh
"VideoBadge evidence has been absolute dynamite for securing convictions."
Body-worn cameras are due to be in action throughout West Midlands Fire Service by early 2017.
Edesix is proudly aiding Dundee University in a £1million project designed to help those with...