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NC to Limit Access to Law Enforcement Video

September 26, 2016
On Saturday, police in Charlotte, North Carolina, voluntarily released footage from the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

Video: Maine Patrol Car Camera Captures Images of Huge Meteor Fireball

May 17, 2016
A Portland, ME, officer's in-car video system captured spectacular footage of a meteor burning up over New England early Tuesday morning.

Maine Patrol Car Camera Captures Images of Huge Meteor Fireball

May 17, 2016
A Portland, ME, officer's in-car video system captured spectacular footage of a meteor burning up over New England early Tuesday morning. More Here.

HD In-Car Video Systems

April 29, 2016
10-8 Video introduces its all new line of HD in-car video systems, now including WiFi support as a standard feature.

WatchGuard Video Identifies Over $1.8 Billion in Grants for Law Enforcement Agencies Needing Body-Worn and In-Car Camera Systems

March 1, 2016
WatchGuard Video, known for its law enforcement video systems, has partnered with the Grants Office LLC to publish a Grant Funding Guide for the 2016 funding season.

VuLink

February 29, 2016
VuLink fully integrates in-car cameras and body worn video.

IACP 2015: TASER Announces Axon In-Car Video System for $499 Per Unit

October 26, 2015
Axon Fleet features a wide-angle lens, HD video capture, a flexible design that allows for quick and straightforward camera swaps, a rear-facing camera, and a pre-event buffer for up to two minutes. Priced at only $499 per vehicle, Axon Fleet brings a simple user experience and unprecedented connectivity at a cost 90% lower than that of traditional in-car systems.

Safety Vision Debuts New Responsive Website for Video Surveillance Product Customers

September 15, 2015
Safety Vision has launched a new, responsive website featuring an enhanced staging of its mobile video surveillance products. Considering that Safety Vision caters to five key industries – law enforcement, mass transit, pupil transportation, trucks (on and off highway), and first responders – this website redesign was quite extensive. The new site may be accessed with the original web address: www.safetyvision.com.

Utility Develops Redaction Technology for Police Video

September 14, 2015
The Smart Redaction software as a service can automatically identify and redact all faces and body parts in a video. Alternatively, a video administrator can select one or more objects in a video to redact. Smart Redaction then redacts the selected object or objects as they move around in the video.

VizuCop Launches New Website Showcasing Law Enforcement Surveillance Systems

September 1, 2015
VizuCop, an AngelTrax brand of in-car police video, this week launched a new website featuring greater detail about VizuCop surveillance systems engineered exclusively for law enforcement.

Viewing Video: Just Press Play

August 6, 2015

Denying officers access to the video records of incidents before they write their reports serves only one purpose: It's a trap. The goal here is to play "gotcha" with the officers and try to catch them in a lie.

PW6 In-Car Camera System

July 24, 2015
The new PW6 In-Car Video System from PatrolWitness is compact, rugged, and reliable; and features solid-state storage, and secure data encryption.

Veretos MVS

June 26, 2015
The Getac Veretos MVS is an in-car mobile video recording system engineered for use in law enforcement vehicles to capture all activities in and around the vehicle as they happen.

Baltimore Police Want to Add Safety Measures to 24 Transport Vans

June 4, 2015
Baltimore Police look at ways to improve safety and accountability in their prisoner transports.

Kings of the Road

May 24, 2015

There are many things that an in-car video system can do that body cameras can't do or can't do nearly as well. Primarily, in-car video evidence capture was specifically designed for monitoring the activity in and around a vehicle—whether that vehicle is stopped or moving.

Getac Launches Law Enforcement In-Car Video System

May 6, 2015
The Veretos MVS is an in-car mobile video recording system engineered for use in law enforcement vehicles to capture all activities in and around the vehicle as they happen. Getac’s Veretos MVS incorporates several advanced features including extreme low-light video recording, secure and redundant recording capabilities, and a high-resolution display.

LAPD Not Sufficiently Checking Patrol Car Videos for Officer Misconduct, Audit Finds

March 27, 2015
The Los Angeles Police Commission's civilian watchdog has faulted police supervisors for not proactively checking in-car video recordings to monitor for officer misconduct, according to an audit released Friday.

ICOP PRO In-Car Video

March 19, 2015
Meet the next generation law enforcement in-car video solution by Safety Vision.

AXON Flex Signal Technology

November 21, 2014
TASER International's new AXON Signal wireless technology allows law enforcement's AXON cameras to cooperate with status signals from the light bar on a law enforcement vehicle or from their TASER Smart Weapons to activate recording.

MicroVu Compact HD In-Car Video

November 21, 2014
Digital Ally's new MicroVu Compact HD In-Car Video System measures only 4 inches by 1 inch tall and is designed for incredibly easy and unobtrusive use, from initial installation to its distinctive automatic login.
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