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NI ambulance staff start using body-cams amid rising attacks

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Northern Ireland Ambulance Service says workers are facing 13 acts of aggression per week with little sign of the situation improving. In the last five years crews have been attacked with weapons including a tomahawk hatchet, knuckle-duster, snooker balls, carpet knife and many more weapons.
2 months ago

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NI ambulance staff start using body-cams amid rising attacks

"The unacceptable nature and increasing frequency of assaults on our crews has necessitated us introducing a pilot of body worn cameras"

2 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
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