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Use of body-worn cameras sees complaints against police ‘virtually vanish’ finds University of Cambridge study

An extensive year-long study of almost 2,000 police officers operational across UK and US forces has shown that the introduction of wearable cameras led to a 93% drop in complaints made against the police by members of the public, in turn suggesting such cameras result in...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
Research commissioned by the College of Policing into the use of A&E data highlights that sharing information with local partners has potential benefits in terms of crime reduction
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Joint research highlights wider public benefits of A&E data in crime reduction

Research commissioned by the College of Policing into the use of Accident and Emergency (A&E) data highlights that sharing information with local partners has potential benefits when it comes to crime reduction. The College of Policing commissioned RAND Europe to look at how...
Posted On 30 Dec 2014