Traffic Marshals: Usage of Body Cameras

The body cameras record all activities within the delivery route and loading bay, taking into account wellbeing of traffic marshals and key stakeholders within the LSE Community.

We engaged with Reveal Media and successfully trialled their body cameras at a discounted rate. This negated the requirement for a traditional static CCTV system, and the equipment can be moved from project to project.

This is a new product which enhances the PREACH CCTV policy. As well as recording all delivery road and loading bay activities, the camera acts as a deterrent for delivery drivers who could be inclined to ignore/ dispute direction from the traffic marshals. Importantly, the camera also captures any interactions the traffic marshals have with the public.

This helps with stress levels and gives the traffic marshals more confidence. The camera has red indicator light which is an invaluable tool that the guys are loving, because it’s putting them and the person they are speaking to on a level playing field. Pedestrians and drivers calm down and back off, and the benefits have been recognised through traffic marshal questionnaires and feedback we have received to date.

Technical Information: IP 54 rated camera. Embedded 8 GB Memory for added security. Time & Date stamp on each recording. Playback feature available on camera. Connecting the cameras to the docking station will automatically decrypt and upload footage/delete the files on the camera ready for the next shift. File share facilities enable export to a PC.

For more information, see the link below.

Reveal Media: Body Worn Video Cameras


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