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Wearing body cameras increases assaults against officers and does not reduce police use of force: Results from a global multi-site experiment
Police use of force is at the forefront of public awareness in many countries. Body-worn videos (BWVs) have been proposed as a new way of reducing police use of force, as well as assaults againstExpand
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“Contagious Accountability”
The use of body-worn cameras (BWCs) by the police is rising. One proposed effect of BWCs is reducing complaints against police, which assumes that BWCs reduce officer noncompliance with procedures,Expand
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Leading an Experiment in Police Body-Worn Video Cameras
Body-worn video (BWV) is seen internationally as having the potential to reduce public complaints against police, police use of force, and attrition of prosecutions due to lack of physical evidence.Expand
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Report: increases in police use of force in the presence of body-worn cameras are driven by officer discretion: a protocol-based subgroup analysis of ten randomized experiments
ObjectivesOur multisite randomized controlled trial reported that police body-worn cameras (BWCs) had, on average, no effect on recorded incidents of police use of force. In some sites, rates of useExpand
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Paradoxical effects of self-awareness of being observed: testing the effect of police body-worn cameras on assaults and aggression against officers
ObjectivesRecently, scholars have applied self-awareness theory to explain why body-worn cameras (BWCs) affect encounters between the public and police, with its most immediate manifestation being aExpand
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DETECTION OF VHEγ-RAYS FROM HESS J0632+057 DURING THE 2011 FEBRUARY X-RAY OUTBURST WITH THE MAGIC TELESCOPES
  • E. lvarez, L. A. A NTONELLI, +146 authors F. Z ANDANEL
  • 2012
The very high energy (VHE) γ-ray source HESS J0632+057 has recently been confirmed to be a γ-ray binary. The optical counterpart is the Be star MWC 148, and a compact object of unknown nature orbitsExpand
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