Network Rail Mobile Operations Managers (MOMs), operating throughout Network Rail's Route in the western regions of England, have deployed WCCTV's Body Worn Cameras.
Below are a selection of Case Studies from WCCTV's existing Body Worn Camera client base.
Kingdom security officers working in retail environments have been equipped with WCCTV's body cameras.
TSS (Total Security Services) security personnel working in major supermarkets across the UK have been equipped with WCCTV body cameras.
Guildford Borough Council is in a continuous battle with environmental crime and have opted to tackle this by utilising WCCTV Body Worn Cameras.
North Lanarkshire Council's Anti-Social Behaviour team have been equipped with WCCTV Body Worn Cameras to enhance their safety.
The University of Leicester’s security team manages 23 university estates. They have recently deployed WCCTV body cameras for enhanced safety.
Northern Trains Ltd trial WCCTV body worn cameras at 21 depots between Buxton/Sheffield and Carlisle to protect their frontline staff.
There are over 544 stations in the Southern region, used by 700 million passenger journeys each year. Network Rail have deployed WCCTV body worn cameras to protect their staff.
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust have equipped ward staff with WCCTV's body worn cameras to enhance personal and public safety.
OCS Group, who provide civil parking enforcement services for Cambridgeshire Council, have equipped all their officers with WCCTV Body Worn Cameras to improve personal safety.
Paddington Central operate a large estate with late-night bars and restaurants, they recently deployed WCCTV's Body Worn Cameras to assist with protecting their lone workers against aggressive behaviour.
WCCTV's Body Worn Video Solutions allow Watford FC to capture evidence when attending reports of incidents before, during and after the matches at Vicarage Road.
WCCTV’s Body Cameras allow Morrison Utility Services to review working practices and safety measures when performing utility maintenance works both retrospectively and in real-time.
WCCTV Body Worn Cameras protect security personnel and nursing staff who have faced verbal threats and physical assault whilst performing their vital work.
Sheffield City council have deployed 40 WCCTV body worn cameras to protect civil enforcement officers across the city.
WCCTV provided body worn cameras to rail workers involved in track replacement work during the GNRP in Newcastle.
Rochdale TCM use Body Worn Cameras to protect lone workers, act as a deterrent and to monitor any incidents of anti-social behaviour throughout the town Centre.
East Midlands Trains were provided with WCCTV’s Body Worn Camera (Connect) for their Revenue Protection Officers.