Does Procedural Justice Reduce the Harmful Effects of Perceived Ineffectiveness on Police Legitimacy?
Reducing Crime by Identifying and Addressing Pretrial Needs: A Voluntary, Procedural Justice-Informed Intervention
Body-worn camera program for law enforcement commissioned personnel in the Boating and Law Enforcement Division of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
Expansion of body-worn camera program
Pilot Deployment of Body-Worn Cameras in the Alexandria Police Department
Keene Police Department Body-Worn and In-Car Camera Systems
Genesee County Justice Partnership for Reform
BWC FY21 - Village of Freeport, NY
Teen and Police Service Academy: Reducing & Preventing School Violence in Houston, TX; Miami, FL; Grambling, LA; and Ponce, Puerto Rico.
LPD BWC 2021
Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program to Support Law Enforcement Agencies
FY21 BWC - Village of Rockville Centre, NY
Suffern Police Department Body Worn Camera Program
Implementing a Body Worn Camera Program to Increase Transparency, Promote Trust, and Protect Civil Rights and Victims
Redmond Police Department Body Worn Camera and Personnel Request FY21
USM Department of Public Safety Body Worn Camera Initiative
Multi-Track DWI Court Pilot
Improving justice system performance through data-driven caseflow management practices.
New Research on Body-Worn Cameras
This video captures the presentations of several speakers. Jennifer Wood, Associate Professor at Temple University, presents key findings from a pilot evaluation of the Philadelphia Police Department's use of body-worn cameras (BWC) in one of the districts. During his presentation, Michael White, Professor at Arizona State University, focuses on available BWC resources and research. And, Daniel Lawrence from the Urban Institute spoke about the Institute's evaluation of BWC.