Subscribe now for just £20 per year


£1.8 million body cam rollout will 'pay for itself'

Kent Police say cheaper investigations into officer complaints and a prevention of assaults will recover the cost.

A Metropolitan Police officer models a body worn camera

A Metropolitan Police officer models a body worn camera

Date - 24th September 2015
By - Scott Docherty - Police Oracle
A force's body worn video cameras will "pay for themselves" due to the easier resolution of complaints against officers. Kent Police expects to recover the £1.8 million earmarked for a force-wide rollout of the devices within...
Do you have an interesting news story? Contact the newsdesk on 0203 119 3303
or alternatively get in touch via the contact form.

Subscribe for just £29 a year

Get access to exclusive news and features from a policing perspective. With 50 articles a week, covering all facets of law enforcement, stay informed on the latest issues facing the community. From an independently run, award winning, editorial team.
More information

Subscribe now ›

Already a subscriber?