Body cameras for lollipop men

Body cameras are being introduced at a school crossing in Lincoln, that was recently branded the most dangerous in the county.

"Lollipop cameras" catch out motorists

Lollipop cameras
Cameras are being used to catch out motorists at this Lincoln crossing

Two lollipop men have today been recording the actions of motorists at their crossing, which was recently branded 'the most dangerous in the county'.

The two - who supervise the crossing outside Monks Abbey Primary School - have been filming with body cameras strapped to their chests.

It is after one of them was hit by cars three times. The footage will only be accessed in the event of an incident and will be used as evidence in court.

Body cameras for lollipop men

Body cameras are being introduced at a school crossing in Lincoln, that was recently branded the most dangerous in the county.

The two lollipop men who will wear them, and patrol the crossings outside Monks Abbey School, say they are pleased something is being done, after one of them was hit by cars three times. This is David Ellis.

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