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TASER AXON Featured In Police POV Reality Show

April 19, 2011  | 


Officer Nathan Sosebee administers a roadside sobriety test. Photo: truTV.

The truTV reality police show "Police POV" features the TASER AXON officer video system that airs captured footage from vehicle stops, foot pursuits and other officer encounters with subjects.

The initial episode, which aired at 10 p.m. Sunday (April 17), featured the officers of the Cincinnatti Police Department and Fort Smith (Ark.) Police Department.

The AXON (Autonomous eXtended On-officer Network) system includes a head-mounted video camera that captures video and send it to a cloud-based storage server known as Evidence.com.

View the footage, "Suspect on Foot," from an episode.

Related:

San Jose PD Testing TASER AXON Video System

TASER Unveils Evidence Recording and Storage Solution Centered on the AXON On-Body System

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Michael @ 4/19/2011 8:00 PM

I guess pretty soon they will be calling us "Robo Cops" for real with all the shit they want us to wear. No Thanks..........one more thing to work against me, job is hard enough these days. Just my feelings.

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