West Midlands Police is the first UK police force to announce that it livestreams high-quality body-worn camera footage recorded by police in the field, which officers then view in an operations room. It's being used at football matches, protests, and during traffic pursuits. West Midland Police said: "The latest body worn camera live streaming technology will be switched on, making us the first force in the country to use it and allowing officers to remotely view another officer’s body cam."
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