Officers now undergo extreme public relations coaching and are well versed in how to act when under camera. If anything- it provides a safety net for them.Thanks super. I feared it might be like that. Doesn't it make Officers inhibited from giving orders, in case their orders might be proved, later, to be not right. Your remark about Officers being "shadowed", as you put it, by a L/cpl with training in video editing, makes it sound even worse.
There was a case about 3 years ago where one of the escort Lance Corporals got the SD cards mixed up. When presented for analysis -the officer found himself under suspicion of walting as a Samsung S7 (on EE) for a few weeks. He had some explaining to do about the holiday snaps that were alse time-stamped at a time when the officer was supposed to be carrying out troop appraisals.