The program is responsible for the phased deployment of Body Worn Cameras (BWC) to Deputy U.S. Marshals (DUSMs) in districts while simultaneously supporting the onboarding of Task Force Officer (TFO) partner agencies to the U.S. Marshals Service Body Worn Camera program.
The Body Worn Camera Program ensures that every U.S. Marshals Service law enforcement officer and Task Force Officer participating in the Body Worn Camera Program is proficient with Body Worn Camera equipment, technology, policy, and standard operating procedures.
The Body Worn Camera Program coordinates and delivers training for both U.S. Marshals Service and Task Force Officer personnel utilizing BWCs during enforcement operations. The Body Worn Camera Program is also responsible for managing video footage captured during U.S. Marshals Service task force operations, which is subject to federal records requirements and disclosure laws.
The program analyzes the impact of Body Worn Camera usage across other U.S. Marshals Service divisions and programs, including within the U.S. Marshals Service mission systems and information technology infrastructure.