Police to use body-worn video cameras
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West Yorkshire Police to use body-worn video cameras for whole force

Video cameras attached to officers' uniforms are to be worn by a police force after a trial was deemed a success.

West Yorkshire Police are to phase in the cameras for all officers after a pilot scheme in Bradford.

The devices film while officers are out on duty and could be used to gather evidence for court cases.

Assistant Chief Constable Andy Battle said the £2m project would have "significant and tangible benefits".