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Streamlining the Job

November 22, 2013

New technology and modern practices are saving wear and tear on everything from budgets to personnel. In an era of doing more with less, it just makes sense.

SFPD to Buy TASER Axon Camera Systems for Pilot Program

November 21, 2013
With the help of a $250,000 federal grant, the San Francisco Police Department will begin equipping some officers with wearable cameras in a pilot program.

Vancouver Police Department Considers Body Worn Camera Project

November 12, 2013
Vancouver Police officers could begin wearing Reveal Media’s RS3-SX body worn cameras next year, as more and more departments in North America outfit their officers with the devices.

Video: New Orleans Chief Asks for New Vehicles, Body Cameras

November 11, 2013
New Orleans Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas on Wednesday presented to the New Orleans City Council his budget for 2014. Included in the $135 million budget is the purchase of equipment such as body cameras to be worn by all officers.

New Orleans Chief Asks for New Vehicles, Body Cameras

November 11, 2013

New Orleans Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas on Wednesday presented to the City Council his budget for 2014. Included in the $135 million budget is the purchase of new vehicles and body cameras to be worn by all officers. Read full story here.

IACP 2013: Digital Ally Connects In-Car and On-Body Video

October 24, 2013
A key feature of VuLink is that it triggers the FirstVu HD camera at the same time that it triggers the in-car system. This means the officer doesn’t have to remember to activate the on-body cam.

IACP 2013: Vievu's LE3 On-Body Camera

October 21, 2013
Vievu brought its third-generation on-officer video system and a compact "pro" on-body camera for police to the 2013 IACP Conference in Philadelphia.

TASER Releases Mobile Evidence.com App

October 17, 2013
Evidence Mobile is offered in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Users can capture photos, audio recordings, and videos all from an iOS or Android mobile device, and then upload the data to Evidence.com.

Will On-Body Kill In-Car Video?

October 16, 2013

Law enforcement agencies have been using in-car video cameras for a little more than two decades. The devices have defended officers against nuisance claims of abusive or even brutal behavior. But now some agencies are beginning to ask if in-car video systems have been made obsolete by officer-worn systems.

AXON On-Body Video System

October 9, 2013
TASER's AXON body camera system is an ultra-durable on-officer camera designed to balance both simplicity and performance. Meet TASER's new body camera IACP Booth #641.

VuLink Software

October 8, 2013
VuLink allows Digital Ally's in-car video systems and FirstVu HD body camera to automatically begin recording simultaneously and then link the recordings together in VuVault software. IACP Booth #1849

L.A. Police Union Supports On-Body Cameras

October 4, 2013
Video recordings will enhance cases by documenting crimes, as well as refuting frivolous claims of police misconduct or brutality. The best evidence against made-up tales of police abuse has been the complete, unedited video footage of an incident.

TASER Lowers Axon Pricing

October 3, 2013
TASER International has cut the price of its Axon Flex on-body camera system by almost half and lowered the price of cloud storage for law enforcement agencies.

Dodgers Donate to LAPD On-Body Cameras

October 2, 2013
The Los Angeles Dodgers will donate $250,000 toward the $1 million needed to equip LAPD officers with on-body cameras, the major league baseball team announced Tuesday.

Fla. Officer Breaks Window at T-Stop

September 23, 2013

A University of Central Florida police officer shattered the car window of a student who started to roll it up on his hand. Read the full story here.

LAPD Begins Testing On-Body Cameras

September 20, 2013
Los Angeles Police officers will begin testing on-body video systems after a new police commissioner and city councilman said the systems would lower the city's payouts to settle use-of-force lawsuits.

L.A. Police Commission President Calls for On-Body Video

September 12, 2013
In his opening remarks as the new Los Angeles Police Commission president, Steve Soboroff called for mandatory on-body video cameras to record controversial encounters between LAPD officers and subjects.

On-Body Video Interview

August 30, 2013

Law enforcement agencies are using on-body cameras with increased frequency. The technology captures the officer's point of view of a force encounter and also holds police accountable while on duty. Mark W. Clark, a POLICE contributing editor, discusses the topic on Larry Mantle's "AirTalk" public radio program. Read "On-Body Video: Eye Witness or Big Brother?" from our July issue.

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.

City Council Approves Inspector General to Monitor NYPD

August 22, 2013
The New York City Council today established an inspector general to oversee the New York Police Department, overriding Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Commissioner Ray Kelly.
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