Moers Muni­ci­pa­li­ty

The Orga­niza­ti­on

Stadt Moers

The city of Moers is plan­ning the nati­on­wi­de intro­duc­tion of body­cams for all of its law enforce­ment per­son­nel in traf­fic moni­to­ring. This step fol­lows a suc­cessful test with four devices in June and August. The body­cams are used to docu­ment dis­pu­tes and are inten­ded to increase employees’ sub­jec­ti­ve sen­se of secu­ri­ty and safety. 

Stadt Moers

Body-Cam Appli­ca­ti­on


2023 (Test-Run)

Main Objec­ti­ve:

The main aim is to increase safe­ty and the sub­jec­ti­ve fee­ling of safe­ty among employees in traf­fic moni­to­ring. The body­cams are used to docu­ment dis­pu­tes and incidents. 


The body­cams are main­ly used in traf­fic sur­veil­lan­ce to ensu­re that dis­pu­tes and con­flicts can be documented. 


The test with body­cams in June and August resul­ted in posi­ti­ve feed­back and show­ed that the came­ras help to increase employees’ sen­se of secu­ri­ty and safe­ty. This mea­su­re is now being intro­du­ced across the board to impro­ve safe­ty and the docu­men­ta­ti­on of inci­dents in traf­fic monitoring.

This mea­su­re is part of a com­pre­hen­si­ve secu­ri­ty pro­gram in Moers and will help to increase the secu­ri­ty of muni­ci­pal law enforce­ment offi­cers and bet­ter docu­ment conflicts.

More on the test by the city of Moers: City tests bodycams

and from the Rhei­ni­sche Post: A good fee­ling thanks to bodycams

Ordnungsamt Mitarbeiter setzt seine Body-Cam ein
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