We previously wrote a blog about the backend implications of police force adoption of body worn camera’s, see: https://www.kinesense-vca.com/2015/02/23/body-worn-camera-usage-is-growing-but-what-are-the-police-implications/

There are supporters and opponents of Body worn camera  adoption, each with their own views. How useful is body worn footage in helping to determine what happened? An article by Williams et al (2016) outlines how our interpretation of video is subject to cognitive biases.  They present a number of scenarios captured on body worn camera and mobile. See what you think at: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/04/01/us/100000004278201.app.html?_r=2