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Firearms officers 'absolutely sold' on body-worn cameras

Chief Superintendent overseeing the roll-out says his officers are very keen to start using their new head-gear.

Chief Superintendent Mark Hendy (left) and deputy mayor Sophie Linden (middle) believe body-worn cameras will improve armed policing (Credit: John Toner)

Chief Superintendent Mark Hendy (left) and deputy mayor Sophie Linden (middle) believe body-worn cameras will improve armed policing (Credit: John Toner)

Date - 14th August 2017
By - John Toner - Police Oracle
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Armed firearms officers in the Metropolitan Police are “absolutely sold” on the incoming use of body-worn cameras. From today the Met is rolling out the use of the cameras, mounted on the peak of a cap or the side of a helmet, to all...
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