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Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh said: "We have recently carried out a successful trial using older camera technology to assist with our investigations around domestic abuse.

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"I am committed to using advances in technology to make the jobs of my officers easier, to improve crime detection, and relieve the pressure on victims and witnesses around giving evidence."

The money for the cameras, which cost 500 each, has come from a successful joint bid with Kent Police for funding from the Home Office.

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The cameras will be issued to officers in frontline Local Policing Teams for their individual use only. They will make the decision when to start and stop recording an incident but if they decide not to use the camera they may have to justify that decision in court.

Officers will let people know they are being filmed and the footage from incidents could also be used for internal enquiries should someone make a complaint about the handling of an incident.

Essex Police and Crime Commissioner Nick Alston has supported the introduction of the cameras in Essex.

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