Case Studies

The Use of Body Worn Video Cameras on Mental Health Wards

The Use of Body Worn Video Cameras on Mental Health Wards

West London Trust (WLT) have advanced research by conducting their own study to look at some of the implications of the technology, which is available via open access. You can find all the case study findings and a link to the academic paper from this article.

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Enhancing Teaching And Learning

Enhancing Teaching And Learning

A school in South Hampshire prides itself on fostering a culture of high standards, expectations and aspirations but operates in an area that experiences a significant amount of behavioural issues, reflected in the highest exclusion rates in Hampshire for both primary and secondary. With limited local alternative provision, the result is regular incidents of external anti-social behaviour affecting the school and the community.

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How body Cameras Keep Students Safe At South Hampshire School

How body Cameras Keep Students Safe At South Hampshire School

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Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital is an Acute Trust who are using body cameras on both security and nursing staff to help reduce violence and aggression in the Trust. By reducing violence and aggression the staff find themselves in a better position to be able to support and care for patients and their families.

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Protecting Key Workers in the UK

Protecting Key Workers in the UK

Key workers across the UK are using body cameras to help reduce violence and aggression on the front line. By reducing violence and aggression key workers find themselves in a better position to be able to support and care for the community and society as a whole.

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