Body-Worn Cameras in Correctional Settings

On January 29th at 1:00 pm ET, the BWC TTA provider hosted a webinar, Body-Worn Cameras in Correctional Settings. This webinar focused on the use of BWCs within correctional settings, specifically, in jails and prisons. The presenters explored the limited but growing use of BWCs within correctional institutions, differences between use by correctional entities and local law enforcement, issues unique to corrections, differences between use in local jails and state prisons, relevant research, and the future of BWCs within corrections. 
During this webinar, correctional agencies that have deployed BWCs presented on how they are using BWCs, the benefits of using BWCs, and lessons learned.
Webinar panelists included:
  • Lieutenant Dan Brodie, Internal Affairs, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office
  • Deputy Director Wes Kirkland, Institutional Operations, Florida Department of Corrections
  • First Deputy Superintendent Scott Kelly, New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

To view the slides from the webinar, click here.