Supports the lone worker or enforcement officer, promotes confidence and provides a tangible backup in confrontational situations.
Encourages compliance and prosocial behaviour through self-awareness and cognisance of implicit consequences.
Verbal articulation that recording has commenced often prompts modified behaviour by both parties that deescalates a situation.
Reduces verbal and physical attacks on workers.
Contributes significantly to the drive for transparency and accountability at the public interface.
Provides verifiable audio/video reporting including an overview of the scene, time-stamp, verbal exchanges, sequence of events and valuable first-account witness statements.
Minimises lengthy descriptive reports and paperwork.
Footage from body-worn video devices is admissible throughout the judicial chain.
Accelerates the judicial process, by speeding up prosecutions and encouraging early guilty pleas.
Members of the public are less likely to make spurious complaints against workers.
All the above improve worker health and safety, working conditions and promotes mental well-being in vulnerable staff.
The combined benefits of body-worn video contribute to efficient workflow and cost-saving.