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Body-Worn Camera Toolkit
Description

Support is set up to assist with the implementation process of body-worn cameras. Whether it is a question, policy scorecard review process or subject matter expert advice, BJA’s Body-Worn Camera Technical and Training Assistance program is there to support law enforcement agencies, justice partners and communities through the process. The support is offered free to all agencies regardless of whether they were funded through BJA’s BWC grants.

To learn more about BJA funded Body-Worn Camera Technical and Training Resources check out the BWC TTA website at http://www.bwctta.com/.

You can also send email your questions or feedback to our support team at [email protected].

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BWC Podcast Series

For more about these topics, please check out the BWC Podcast Series

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Subject Matter Experts Share

Featured Resources

NIJ Primer

NIJ BWC Primer

NLECTC published a primer that answers basic questions about body-worn cameras and implementation issues

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10 limitations of body cams you need to know for your protection

10 Limitations of Body Cameras

The Force Science Institute describes limitations to police-worn body cameras for consideration when developing policy, protocols, and training

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Police Officer Body-Worn Cameras

Study Assesses Evidence

OJP Diagnostic Center publishes an assessment of the evidence to inform conversations about the impact, perceived benefits, and important considerations of using police-worn body cameras

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Expert Panel

BJA Expert Panel

Justice professionals representing law enforcement, courts, prosecution, public defense, labor organizations, and advocates for privacy, victims, and juveniles initiated Toolkit discussions

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