TRANSFORM THE SAFETY OF PRISON OFFICERS
DOWNLOAD EBOOK: SEE HOW TO REDUCE VIOLENCE AGAINST STAFF
With a 342% increase in violent attacks against prison officers in the last decade1 the urgency to put measures in place to safeguard workers' physical and mental wellbeing has never been so high. Body-worn cameras are increasingly viewed as a way to do this.
To learn how body-worn cameras can become a key tool in your response to violence against officers and how their deployment has additional benefits such as helping to alleviate the stress brought on by staff shortages in relation to this problem, download a copy of our latest eBook.
Specifically you will learn what makes body-worn cameras:
With a reported 15-20% reduction in violent and abusive incidents when body-worn cameras are in use2.
79% of surveyed officers report an improvement to their mental health and welfare simply by wearing the devices3
Provide an Independent Witness
Ensuring complete accountability whilst also eliminating questionable complaints against officers.
1UK Govt. Safety in Custody update 2020
2On body cameras in prison report - NZ Corrections
3Body Worn Video Camera (BWVC) Pilot Evaluation