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Search Result: Evansville (Ind.) PD

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Indiana Department Orders 150 Digital Ally On-Body Video Systems

December 3, 2013
Following a 60-day evaluation of the major body cameras on the market, the Evansville (Ind.) Police Department selected Digital Ally's FirstVu HD for its officers. Testing included evaluation of product durability, versatility, ease of use, battery life, video and sound quality, upload and download speeds, and the data storage requirements for a typical officer's daily shift.

Video: Ind. Officer Cleared In Firefighter Stop

August 26, 2013
An Evansville (Ind.) Police officer who drew his TASER on an off-duty firefighter followed agency procedures in detaining the man during a stop that escalated into a verbal argument.

Off-Duty Firefighter Argues With Ind. Officers

August 26, 2013

An on-body officer video system captured a confrontation between two Evansville (Ind.) Police officers and an off-duty firefighter who ran a stop sign on his bicycle. Read the full story here.

Gathering Intel for Dynamic Entries (1 of 2)

July 26, 2012
A SWAT team's raid of a home in Evansville, Ind., raised many questions, especially after officers encountered a grandmother and 18-year-old watching TV. Here's a similar scenario for you to resolve. Read it and respond with a comment about what you would do.

Ind. SWAT Team Tricked Into Raiding Grandma's Home

July 2, 2012
Indiana police have arrested the man they believe made online threats against law enforcement and caused the Evansville Police Department's SWAT team to raid the home of an 18-year-old and her grandmother.
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