Evidence Review into Public Experience and Confidence of Body Worn Video in a Policing Context

Rapid research project for Police Scotland/Scottish Police Authority

CRISP researchers have produced a commissioned research report to support the provision of Body-Worn Video (BWV) Cameras in policing in Scotland.  The research was commissioned by Police Scotland, the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) and the Scottish Institute for Police Research (SIPR) in autumn 2021.  The report captures existing knowledge about the experiences and implications of the police use of BWV, with a particular focus on contemporary oversight and accountability structures and mechanisms.

Questioning Modern Surveillance Technologies: Ethical and Legal Challenges of Emerging Information and Communication Technologies

Special Issue of Information Polity

Special Issue of Information Polity, Volume 27, No.2.

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Contents include:

Introduction to the Special Issue
Johann Cas, Paul De Hert, Maria Grazia Porcedda and Charles D. Raab

The European PNR Directive as an instance of pre-emptive, risk-based algorithmic security and its implications for the regulatory framework - Elisa Orrù