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2017 | CASE STUDY , A XON , A xon, A xon View, A xon Body 2, A xon Flex 2, and Evidence.com are trademarks of A xon Enterprise, Inc., some of which are registered in the U S and other countries. For more information, visit www.axon.com/legal . All rights reser ved. © 2017 A xon Enterprise, Inc. THE MET POLICE: CREATING A DIGITAL EVIDENCE SYSTEM FOR THE FUTURE London's Metropolitan Police Service is one of the largest police forces in the world. It has around 31,000 officers, 1,400 Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) and 2,600 volunteer officers in its Special Constabulary working across 620 square miles and protecting 7.2 million people. With body-worn video to play a lead role in law enforcement, the force has been pioneering research into the technology with the largest ever camera pilot. The initiative, run with academic rigour and involving peer review, was run by the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the College of Policing. It involved 1,000 officers across 10 boroughs with the trial's success leading to the decision to progress to a force-wide deployment of body-worn video. 1

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