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Armor Express Achieves Quality Certification

September 9, 2014
Central Lake Armor Express (DBA Armor Express) has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification with the addition of the BA 9000:2012 certification.
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Fire Cam Debuts Oncall Live Video System for Police Officers and Firefighters

September 5, 2014
Building on its reputation for rugged and lightweight helmet cameras, Fire Cam has announced a new product for police officers and other first responders – the Oncall Live Video System with wearable camera. The system lets users stream live video, audio, and GPS location data to a command post or dispatcher, enabling real-time situational awareness.

Video: On-Body Camera May Disprove Racial Profiling Claim Against Oakland Officer

September 4, 2014
Oakland police officials said the officer's response was "within policy," and they released a video from the officer's city-issued chest camera that appeared to contradict some of Jones' account.

Bratton Wants Body Cameras for NYPD

September 2, 2014
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced that he's "actively looking" at equipping police officers with body cameras, and made the pilot presentation to union officials Thursday.
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Ferguson Police Begin Using Body-worn Cameras

September 1, 2014
Ferguson Police are now wearing 50 donated body camera, expecting to outfit all of their patrol officers.

Denver Police Asking for 800 Body Cameras for Officers

August 28, 2014
Denver police on Wednesday said they hope to equip 800 officers, including all patrol and traffic officers, with body cameras in 2015.
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Daily News: Police Need Military-Grade Gear

August 25, 2014
A New York Daily News article talks about the need for military-grade equipment for local law enforcement.

Drug Traffickers Apprehended Using Historical LPR Data

August 21, 2014
Vigilant Solutions announced today that the Maryland State Police credit Vigilant's own network of private and historical license plate reader (LPR) data and online investigative tools in the location and apprehension of four individuals trafficking large volumes of cocaine and marijuana between the desert southwest and various locations on the East Coast.
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NYPD Officers Warned Against Using Their Smartphones On Duty

August 18, 2014
A recent NYPD order prohibits officers from taking photos or video and audio recordings during citizen contacts.
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What Happens When Police Wear Body Cameras

August 18, 2014
Use of on-body video cameras by law enforcement officers can lead to a decline in use of force by officers, suggest an article covering agencies' use of this technology.
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