The study focuses on 250 BWC policies of agencies that received funding from the U.S. Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation (PIP) Program in fiscal years 2016, 2017 and 2018. The agencies were placed in one of four of the following categories by size: 1) extra-small (1-24 sworn officers); 2) small (25-99 officers); 3) medium (100-499 officers); and 4) large (500 or more officers). Overall, the study concludes that there is consistency in policy positions across the various agency sizes; however, there were some notable differences across policy issues. Extra-small and small agencies did not always align in BWC policies, and medium and large agencies did not always align in BWC policies. When there were notable differences on a BWC policy, extra-small agencies were usually the outlier. The report concludes that the consistency in BWC positions across agency size facilitates the identification of best practices in BWC policy.