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Body-worn cameras for North East ambulance crews are helping prevent attacks on paramedics, a meeting has heard.
According to research at Portsmouth University’s Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, public order and assaults have fallen significantly since selected police officers in Hampshire wore body cameras.
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.
Latest reports continue to show significant increases in assaults, disorderly conduct and theft in hospitals.
The Ministry of Justice announced today that Body Worn Cameras are to be made compulsory for bailiffs. The decision was made following complaints of illegal and aggressive behaviour.
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.
Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) are becoming an increasingly common sight in today’s society.
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 has won the contract to supply body worn cameras (BWCs) to Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Edesix is proudly aiding Dundee University in a £1million project designed to help those with complex disabilities converse.
Edesix Ltd, a market leader in the provision of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, has announced the appointment of technology veteran David Carrick to its Board of Directors.
South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) has agreed to trial Edesix Body Worn Video Cameras to better protect ambulance crews against violence and aggression.
We at Edesix are extremely delighted to announce that we have been placed 64th in this years Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
After securing a major contract to provide the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) with Body worn Cameras (BWC), Edesix has been featured in multiple publications around the world, receiving coverage not only from national newspapers, but also from industry specialists.
The Edesix team is excited that we have been shortlisted for a Scottish Exporter of the Year award!
The use of body cameras, used by San Diego police force, has led to fewer complaints and reduced use of force by officers.
Edesix will be exhibiting at the IFSEC international at the Excel in London from 20th-22nd of June. IFSEC Global have issued a press release regarding Edesix's roll out of Body Worn Cameras for the UK Prison services.
The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has become the first in the country to trial body cams to counter attacks on paramedics.
Prison warders in Northern Ireland are to start wearing body-cameras in “high risk areas”, it was announced today.
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