Fall in late-night city centre violence due to bar and club door-staff wearing body cameras

A trial which saw bar and club door-staff wear small video cameras has been credited with reducing late-night violence and could now be extended to other venues.
Security staff at a small number bars and clubs in Leicester city centre began wearing small digital cameras on their chests in a bid to deter rowdy behaviour six months ago.
Now, city centre police have revealed they believe it has helped reduce the number of confrontations between door staff and aggressive customers.
Venues which are taking part in the trial display signs to warn customers they may be filmed and security staff... read more

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