Body Worn Camera in the Spotlight

In the news this week, it was announced, under new government plans to protect people in debt, that all government enforcement bodies (bailiffs, agents, council workers etc.) in England and Wales will now be required by law to wear body-worn cameras, in an aim to target ‘intimidation and aggression’ used by some bailiffs.
As the leading provider in technical security, Tavcom Training offers a one-day specialist Body Worn Video (BWV) course for all individuals involved in managing and using Body Worn Video equipment. Due to the intrusive and sensitive nature of BWV, it is essential that all personnel who are required to wear such equipment are fully aware of the policies and operational guidelines surrounding the practice.
Led by an experienced professional, learners will cover the following topics:

  • Understanding BWV concept and technology
  • National (policing) guidance
  • Legal Implications
  • BWV Privacy Impact Assessments
  • Privacy Issues & mitigation
  • Policy development
  • Practical use issues
  • Recording guidelines
  • Evidential continuity
  • Health and Safety
  • Diversity issues
  • Professional standards
  • SIA regulations and BWV

By the end of this course, learners will not only comprehend the intricacies surrounding BWV, but can go forward and build on their knowledge through application to real-life scenarios, confident in the understanding that all information is up-to-date and current.  Alternatively, learners may wish to progress onto further specialist training such as our Covert CCTV or Wireless Transmission courses, to bolster their foundational knowledge and develop their professional career opportunities.
Now more than ever there is huge and increasing interest in different surveillance technologies. Our one day course will provide you will all the information you need to be able to assist you in completing your job professionally, effectively and in line with operational guidelines.
Call +44 (0)1489 895099 or email sales@tavcom.com to secure your place on our next course.

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