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On-Body Video: VIDMIC's Intoxicated Woman

March 17, 2011

VIDMIC filmed this recreation of officers using its on-body unit. The video shows officers entering a home and encountering an intoxicated woman to illustrate the point of view captured by the VIDMIC. Source: VIDMIC.

On-Body Video: VIDMIC's Home Entry

March 17, 2011

VIDMIC filmed this recreation of officers using its on-body unit. The video shows officers entering a home during a domestic dispute to illustrate the point of view captured by the VIDMIC. Source: VIDMIC.

On-Body Video: VIDMIC's Man with a Knife

March 17, 2011

VIDMIC filmed this recreation of officers using its on-body unit. The video shows officers responding to a man with a knife to illustrate the point of view captured by the VIDMIC. Source: VIDMIC.

VIDMIC Launches Major Upgrade to Officer-Worn Video System

March 7, 2011
The new VIDMIC VX2 delivers unprecedented video intelligence, longer run time, and greater ease of use in a lighter, water-resistant unit that doubles as a video camera, video screen, and shoulder microphone.

EHS Changes Name to VIDMIC, Names New CEO

January 25, 2011
VIDMIC, a global provider of officer-worn video, radio accessories, and digital file management software, today announced the appointment of board member Todd Haynes as CEO. The company also changed its name from EHS (Earhugger Safety) to VIDMIC Inc.

California PD's On-Body Recorder Captures Audio, Video, and Photos

December 29, 2010
The Fortuna PD deployed the communications device as "a crucial risk-management tool that is integrated into an officer's portable radio microphone." The agency purchased four VIDMIC devices with funding from a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant.

Arizona LEA Issues TASER Head Cams to Officers

October 27, 2010

The Lake Havasu (Ariz.) PD added the TASER Axon point-of-view head camera as part of the standard uniform for it's officers, making it the eighth department in the country to do so. TASER CEO Rick Smith talks about the Axon's audio/video recording capabilities and other benefits of the Bluetooth-sized camera. Source: NBC's Channel 12.

Mission Helmet Recordable System

September 30, 2010
Wilcox Industries' Mission Helmet Recordable System (MHRS) integrates a night and day camera and recorder using an 8GB hard drive to record up to eight hours of high-resolution color video and audio all on a track system mounted to a MICH Helmet.

FirstVu

May 31, 2010
Digital Ally's FirstVu is a compact digital video/audio recorder that is designed to capture hands-free evidence. Both impact and weather resistant, the FirstVu utilizes solid state memory that is unaffected by violent motion.

Digital Ally Begins Full Production of FirstVu On-Body Video System

March 11, 2010
Digital Ally's FirstVu is a highly compact, solid-state digital video/audio recorder and digital photographic personal camera that can be attached to a law enforcement officer's uniform and is designed to capture evidence on a "real-time" basis.

San Jose Officers Begin Using Head-Mounted Cameras

January 14, 2010
The San Jose Police Department became the first law enforcement agency in the country to deploy head-mounted video cameras on officers during a pilot program started late last year. The department implemented the new TASER AXON and Evidence.com system.

Arkansas Prosecutor Calls TASER Axon Technology 'Quantum Leap'

December 2, 2009
Cpl. Brandon Davis of the Fort Smith (Ark.) PD was wearing the TASER Axon on-officer recorder November 11th when he shot and killed 41-year-old Eric Berry. Berry refused to drop a handgun he aimed at officers. The video was a key piece of evidence used to clear Davis in the case. This is a first for law enforcement in Arkansas, if not the nation.

San Jose PD Testing TASER AXON Video System

November 4, 2009
The portable AXON cameras, made by Taser International, are expected to be given to 72 San Jose officers in late November or early December, police said. The cameras can record an officer's point of view for up to 10 1/2 hours, and police say the devices will help officers write more accurate reports and aid officers if their actions are called in to question.

Digital Ally to Feature New Products, John Elway at IACP Conference

October 1, 2009
Digital Ally Inc. will highlight a number of its new advanced video surveillance products at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Exposition, October 3-7 in Denver, Colo. The Company will be exhibiting at Booth #1012, where John Elway will greet attendees on October 5.

On-Body Video

July 10, 2009

A decade ago in-car video was experimental. Now in-car video is standard for most patrol cars. The next evolution of patrol video—the on-body system—is already in the field and gaining in popularity. This editorial titled "The All Seeing Eye" explains why you will want to wear a video camera on duty. The editorial appeared in the June 2009.

The All Seeing Eye

June 1, 2009

You are always on video. The only question that you have to ask yourself is whose video it will be?

Turning Cops into Cameras

June 1, 2009

For some 15 years now, American police officers have been joined on patrol by in-car video systems that document their interaction with the public. Now, at least four companies have developed, are marketing, or plan to market body-worn video systems to law enforcement officers.

TASER Unveils Evidence Recording and Storage Solution Centered on the AXON On-Body System

March 13, 2009
Saying that “we are expanding our vision,” TASER International CEO Rick Smith told a Web audience that the company has developed the AXON and its new Evidence.com video storage solution to protect officers on the streets and in the courtroom “until the last gavel drops.”

Digital Ally Unveils New Products at 115th Annual IACP Conference

November 26, 2008
Digital Ally, Inc., which develops, manufactures and markets advanced video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial security applications, introduced a number of new products and product features at the 115th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Exposition, which was held November 9-11, 2008, in San Diego.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes ...

July 1, 2001

Officer safety tactics have evolved to accommodate the prospect of dealing with suspects via a variety of media, developing a hitherto unknown degree of intimacy with a suspect even as it keeps him at bay.

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