AI-Driven Innovation in Law Enforcement: The Synergistic Potential of Police Body Cameras and Drones as a Complementary Policing Tool for Tactical and Operational Enhancement

Amanda Davies, Ghaleb Krame

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Abstract

The integration of AI-operated police drones and body cameras has the
potential to enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement efforts by providing a
complementary source of information and intelligence. This paper explores the
implications of using police body cameras as a second eye for AI operated police
drones, including the potential benefits and challenges of this innovative
approach. To the best of our knowledge, there is no existing literature on the
correlation between police body cameras and police drones, making this an
innovative and timely research topic.
The paper aims to stimulate the exchange of ideas among researchers of different
research orientations, promote multi-disciplinary research, and stimulate creative
dialogue and cultural awareness among scholars, students, and researchers. To
achieve these objectives, the paper takes a multi-disciplinary approach, drawing
on research from fields such as criminology, sociology, engineering, and computer
science.
The paper reviews existing literature on AI-operated police drones and body
cameras, examining the potential benefits and limitations of these technologies
for law enforcement. The paper then presents a case study of the integration of
AI-operated police drones and body cameras in a selected jurisdiction, exploring
the operational and tactical implications of this approach.
The paper navigates multi-disciplinary viewpoints that may contribute to breaking
new grounds in academic research. By bringing together different perspectives
and research methods, the paper provides a greater understanding of the
important role that higher education plays in the development of nations and in
shaping active and responsible citizens. The paper also facilitates the evaluation
of different research methodologies pertaining to different research questions,
providing insights into the strengths and limitations of various approaches.
The paper finds that the combination of AI-operated police drones and body
cameras can improve the accuracy and reliability of police investigations, while
also enhancing the safety of officers and communities. The use of body cameras
can also promote accountability and transparency in the use of AI-operated police

drones, providing a record of the drone's actions and the decision-making process
leading up to them.
However, the use of AI-operated police drones and body cameras raises ethical
and legal concerns related to privacy, civil liberties, and bias. These concerns must
be carefully considered and addressed to ensure the responsible use of these
technologies in law enforcement.
The paper concludes with a set of recommendations for policymakers and law
enforcement agencies on the integration of AI-operated police drones and body
cameras as a complementary policing tool. The recommendations emphasize the
need for clear policies, procedures, and best practices to ensure the effective and
responsible use of these technologies, while also upholding fundamental rights
and values. By promoting multi-disciplinary research and facilitating creative
dialogue, this paper aims to contribute to the development of innovative and
responsible solutions to complex social problems.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 29 May 2023
EventAUEIRC: Emerging Trends in Multi-Disciplinary Research - United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates
Duration: 29 May 202331 May 2023
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Online presentationAUEIRC
Abbreviated titleMaximizing User Experience through Integration of Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Management, and User-Centered Design
Country/TerritoryUnited Arab Emirates
CityAbu Dhabi
Period29/05/2331/05/23
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