We are consulting on the proposed introduction of Body Worn Video Cameras for the Parking Enforcement Contractor's Civil Enforcement Officers. The proposed commencement date is 1 April 2018 when the new parking enforcement contract starts.
Responses received from this consultation will be used to finalise the Equality Impact Assessment document prior to any decision to implement Body Worn Video Cameras. Body Worn Video Cameras are a proportionate response to help protect Civil Enforcement Officers by reducing the risk of verbal or physical assaults while carrying out their duties.
Body Worn Video Cameras provide an auditable record of incidents and may also be used to investigate complaints against parking enforcement staff.
This consultation is: open to all stakeholders or interested parties whether they have a direct interest in parking issues or not; to identify any concerns, questions, support or objection to the proposal; and to ensure any decision to implement the proposal takes into account the responses received.
For further details please view the Equality Impact Assessment for this proposal, which is available the council's website.
You can take part in this consultation by completing our short online questionnaire, or by sending your comments by post to the Council’s Asset and Traffic Management Team or by emailing email@example.com
This consultation closes on 22 November 2017.
Details of this consultation and other past and present consultations are available on Northamptonshire County Council’sConsultation Register.
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