Guidance

Technical guidance for Body Worn Video (BWV) devices: CAST, 2016

Technical guidance for police forces when procuring and deploying Body Worn Video (BWV) devices.

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Documents

Technical Guidance for Body Worn Video Devices (online version)

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Technical Guidance for Body Worn Video Devices (print version)

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This document is an updated version of CAST’s Body Worn Video technical guidance published in May 2014. It not only reflects the improvements in BWV technology, but is also influenced by the experience of UK police forces committed to large scale deployment of BWV devices and through consultation with industry.

Not only is this guidance designed to assist police forces when procuring and deploying BWV devices, but also to enable industry in understanding the often unique technical functionality required by the police.

BWV devices come in a range of physical and technical designs, but ultimately perform the same basic functions. On a national level some aspects of this guidance are intended to improve conformity across all BWV devices particularly around effective operational functionality, safeguarding data and capturing best evidence. Furthermore, it aims to ensure that evidence produced by BWV can be shared with all Criminal Justice System partners.

Published 4 November 2016