The Feel Good Festival, which took place on the 11th-12th August 2017, is one of Rochdale’s largest music festivals. The free event celebrated its 10th birthday with live music including a headline performance from indie-rock band Razorlight. The event, which was set against the backdrop of Rochdale’s iconic town hall, also featured a quality food court, family entertainment and a varied range of musical acts.
During the event set up, WCCTV deployed four of its WCCTV Body Worn Camera (Record) units for the Town Centre Management Company to protect their security members who are lone and potentially vulnerable workers.
The cameras successfully ensured the safety and security of visitors and workers during the event and were a valuable deterrent to would-be criminals. They also provided Rochdale Town Centre Management with the ability to monitor and review any incidents of anti-social behaviour throughout the festivities.
The WCCTV Body Worn Camera (Record) captures video, audio and pictures on the move. Designed and manufactured in the UK to meet and exceed Home Office (BS 8593) standards for Body Worn Cameras, it boasts a wide range of market-leading functionality which boasts a range of market-leading features including Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS information and a 2.8" front-facing screen.
Following the success of the initial deployment, the body worn cameras will continue to be used by security staff at all of Rochdale’s major nightclubs and bars.
WCCTV, whose global headquarters are based in Rochdale, is a market leading provider of Redeployable CCTV, body worn cameras and site security systems.
The Company’s range of body worn cameras also includes the multi-award-winning Body Worn Camera (Connect), a UK manufactured body worn camera offering live transmission of video, audio, alerts and GPS info via 4G/3G and Wi-Fi.
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