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Bailiffs will have to use body-worn cameras

05 August 2019
 

Body-worn cameras are to be compulsory for bailiffs under plans announced by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ).  

The body cameras will have to be worn by around 2,500 certificated enforcement agents, or bailiffs, who collect all sorts of debts including those related to council tax, traffic penalties and rent arrears.

High Court enforcement officers will also wear the cameras, but the measure will not apply to county court bailiffs. The plan only applies in England and Wales.

The MoJ said...

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