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No, it's not a legal requirement. What makes you ask?
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/h ... 50540e5a3d - False alarm, it wasn't him. Maybe next time.
Not a legal requirement, but if you see a bailiff was wearing one and you bring a proceeding in connection with the visit, add to your witness statement something like this;
- Mr. NAME was wearing a body worn camera, which Mr. NAME said he was recording me. The camera had a red light on it indicating it was recording and functioning properly throughout.