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Police use of body-worn cameras at incidents of domestic abuse

Body-worn video cameras (BWC) are increasingly standard issue in British police forces, with a range of potential benefits. Stuart Lister of the University of Leeds outlines findings from recent research into the use of BWCs in domestic abuse incidents – and how the benefits of BWCs may be limited by organisational constraints.

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