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Policies Governing the Use of Body Cams on Campus: Designing an Online Training Module for Security Officers at University of Hawai‘i

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Title:Policies Governing the Use of Body Cams on Campus: Designing an Online Training Module for Security Officers at University of Hawai‘i
Authors:Tsang, Wing Chuck
Contributors:Lin, Grace (instructor)
Keywords:Body Cams
Body-Worn Cameras
BWC
Body Cameras
Body Cam Policy
show 11 moreBody Cam Policies
Body-Worn Video Cameras
Body-Worn Video Devices
BWVs (Video Recording)
BWV
BWVs
Head Cameras
Headcams
Video Cameras Worn on the Body
Video Devices Worn on the Body
Wearable Video Cameras
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LC Subject Headings:Wearable Video Devices
Date Issued:03 May 2019
Abstract:Many police departments and law enforcement agencies are considering the purchase of body-worn cameras (BWC) for their members. BWCs promise to increase accountability during interactions between officers and the public. Officers and private citizens tend to behave differently when they know they are being recorded. Officers behave more professionally and are less inclined to use force unless necessary. On the flip side, BWCs also protect law enforcement personnel against false allegations of misconduct and abuse. The effectiveness of BWCs, however, can only be realized with proper training and policies established to govern their use. The purpose of this instructional design project was to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of a video-based online instructional module to teach security officers at the University of Hawai‘i (UH) about such policies. The two research questions that guided this project were: (1) How effective is the module in teaching the learners to understand the policies governing the use of BWCs on campus? (2) In what way has the learner’s attitudes towards the use of BWCs been impacted after taking this course? The collected data showed that learners scored higher and felt more knowledgeable after having completed the instructional module.
Pages/Duration:48 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61895
Rights:Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/us/
Appears in Collections: LTEC 690, Spring 2019


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