Toronto Police say that the body worn cameras used by about 100 officers since May 2015 have been removed from active duty.
The pilot project will now go through an evaluation period.
The evaluation report will be drafted by the body-worn camera working group and will consider all aspects of the pilot project, including technology, procedures and training.
During the almost 10 month pilot period police have been gathering feedback from the community and the officers involved in the project and their input will also be considered as part of the review.
The working group will make recommendations on the future of body-worn cameras in Toronto with the complete report being presented to Chief Mark Saunders by June 30, 2016.
the report will then be considered by the Toronto police services board at an upcoming meeting.