Police at Belfast International Airport have started using body-worn video cameras.
It comes after the devices were adopted by the PSNI.
The airport said they will be used to serve as a deterrent, record images during an incident and also reduce the likelihood of “vexatious complaints” against officers.
Airport manager Graham Keddie said body-worn video cameras will give an “added dimension” to the work of the Airport Constabulary.
Mr Keddie said: "A large part of what our officers do is head off disruption or trouble before it becomes an issue.
“Body-worn cameras will greatly assist in that task.
"They will also serve to reduce ill-founded complaints against officers. They are a distinct and valuable addition to the range of equipment at the disposal of our officers."