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.
In a scheme organised by the Safer North West Leicestershire Partnership, door staff in Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Coalville will be equipped with VideoBadge cameras.
Body worn video systems are helping police during their response to domestic abuse reports. A recent BBC Panorama documentary showed how important the evidence captured at the scene is for officers when they respond to complaints.
If you work in a public-facing job in transport, the chances are you have been verbally or physically attacked whilst on duty.
VideoBadge body worn cameras will be on display at this year's Lone Worker Safety Conference.