Following the Police and Crime Committee meeting on 21 June 2017, Assembly Members were sent an email by the Metropolitan Police Service on 20 July 2017 noting "The old MPS policy stated that Taser officers on boroughs had to be deployed in pairs. They will still be deployed in pairs for the most part, but only one need carry Taser. That said, Taser officers will also be able to deploy on their own." The email went on to say that "All frontline officers will have body worn video by end of 2017, including the officers who use Taser; this will greatly improve transparency of how Taser is used, and helps provide vital understanding as to what happens at any incident." Can you guarantee Londoners that all police officers carrying a Taser will only be authorised to deploy while on their own if they are equipped with body worn video?