Police to install in-vehicle video recording in frontline vehicles
All frontline police vehicles will be equipped with an In-vehicle video recording system by the middle of next year to help with enforcement.
This was revealed at the Police Workplan seminar today.
By June this year, 70 vehicles will be equipped with the system which allows recording from the front and back of a police car.
While it currently records onto an in-built memory storage device, when fully developed, it will allow live wireless streaming of the footage to command and operation centres.
The police force is also embarking on a plan to fully utilise cameras to improve the effectiveness of policing work.
It will equip all frontline police officers with the body-worn cameras by early next year.
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