Ofsted calls for body-worn cameras across all youth custody settings

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Staff in all youth custody settings should be made to wear body cameras in a bid to prevent mistreatment of young people, Ofsted and the Prisons Inspectorate have said.

Allegations of abuse and mistreatment of young people were made in a BBC Panorama programme broadcast earlier this month. Picture: G4S
Allegations of abuse and mistreatment of young people were made in a BBC Panorama programme broadcast earlier this month. Picture: G4S

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