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Body-worn solutions
Capture live video and monitor interactions with video management software and other video technology
Enhance security and community trust
Maintain situational awareness
Monitor events in less accessible and blind-spot areas.
Coordinate responses
Turn real-time footage into actionable evidence.
Ensure transparency
Build community trust in law enforcement.
Full situational awareness with body-worn solutions
Body-worn cameras (BWCs) can record data directly onto the camera or stream footage live to a centralized management system. Designed for endurance, they are battery-powered and robust enough to withstand harsh and hazardous environments, ensuring reliable performance throughout a full workday.
Many BWCs are equipped with external connectivity options for integrating audio communication gear, such as headsets, and often include infrared lighting to capture high-quality video even in low-light conditions.
Primarily, these cameras complement existing surveillance infrastructures to enhance operational effectiveness. Major entities, including government agencies, law enforcement and large transportation companies, leverage body-worn cameras across various departments, each with specific functional needs.
For businesses and organizations, combining body-worn solutions or cameras with video management software (VMS) can improve security, as it enables the monitoring of areas other than the ones covered by fixed cameras. It can also improve response time as decision makers can see events in real time before initiating the appropriate response. Lastly, in law enforcement, body-worn solutions can serve as evidence and provide confidence in the accounts of officers.
Frequently asked questions
Commonly asked questions and answers about body-worn solutions.

How does a bodycam work?

Bodycams can be activated manually or automatically via sensors, with some models supporting continuous recording. When activated, they capture video and audio, and store the footage digitally with timestamps and GPS data. Once stored, the footage can be reviewed for evidence, interaction analysis or training, with advanced systems providing additional features like facial recognition and motion detection.

Where are body cameras worn?

Body cameras are worn in various locations to capture the wearer's perspective effectively, including the chest, shoulder, head, or integrated into glasses and helmets. Most law enforcement and security personnel use chest mounts, using harnesses or clips to provide a stable, front-facing view. Shoulder and head mounts offer a higher vantage point and a broader field of view, making them suitable for dangerous or tactical activities. Cameras can also be clipped to belts or pockets for versatility. The choice of placement will depend on the need for stability, ease of access and field of view.

Are body-worn cameras effective?

Body-worn cameras are effective in enhancing transparency and accountability, particularly in law enforcement and public services. They provide unbiased documentation of interactions, evidence in investigations, and can improve behavior by making people aware that they are being recorded. BWCs also aid in training, streamlining incident reporting and building public trust by demonstrating a commitment to accountability.

How much do body-worn cameras cost?

The cost of body-worn cameras (BWCs) varies widely, typically ranging from $200 to $1,000+ per camera, depending on their features, such as video quality, storage and advanced capabilities like night vision and GPS. Beyond the camera itself, additional expenses include accessories, data storage, software and licensing, and ongoing maintenance and support, as well as training and implementation costs. Overall, total ownership costs can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars per camera annually, factoring in all these elements.

Is body-cam footage admissible in court?

Yes, body-cam footage is generally admissible in court as long as it meets criteria for relevance, authenticity, and compliance with legal standards based on the laws of the country. Admissibility can also depend on the adherence to rules of evidence, including considerations of privacy, chain of custody, and potential for prejudice. Overall, when properly handled and presented, body-cam footage serves as a valuable tool in legal proceedings to provide a clearer understanding of incidents.

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