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LAPD to Move Forward With TASER Body Cameras

November 04, 2014  | 

Los Angeles Police Department officials today said they plan to move forward with using TASER body cameras, which offers a cloud-based video storage system, reports Westside Today.

Officers who field-tested two brands over the past 90 days noted the ease of storing and accessing recorded video, as well as other “back-office” features associated with the TASER cameras, department officials told the Police Commission today.

One official compared the usability of TASER’s video storage system Evidence.com to the intuitiveness of an Apple iPhone, saying that officers were able to quickly figure out how to use it.

The department plans to continue meeting with the police union, employee relations officials, the inspector general, the American Civil Liberties Union to discuss labor issues and policies for using the cameras.

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