Theresa May calls for police to use body worn video

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Speaking at the Police Federation Annual Conference in May, the Home Secretary advocated the use of body worn video in the police.

Referring to a recent pilot project carried out by Grampian Police, she said, "Evidence from Scotland suggests that evidence from body-worn cameras can increase the number of early guilty pleas to the extent that ninety per cent of suspects confronted by that evidence plead guilty early. They can also help by eliminating vexatious complaints from known troublemakers – something I know causes a lot of unnecessary stress and wastes too much police time."