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LAPD Division Will Begin Using Patrol Car Video In April

March 8, 2010
A San Fernando city councilman has asked for additional tests to ensure the cameras work in low-light conditions and that image quality won't be affected by new LED streetlights installed in that section of Los Angeles.

LAPD's Patrol Car Video Plan Hits Snag

February 3, 2010
A plan to add video cameras to the Los Angeles Police Department's 1,200-vehicle patrol car fleet has been delayed because of problems integrating the cameras with the in-car computers.

Michigan Man Kills Himself After Holding Deputy at Gunpoint

January 29, 2010
A 23-year-old man on probation for a weapons offense shot and killed himself on a Michigan roadway, after a tense stand-off with an officer who had pulled him over.

Albany Police Add Patrol Car Cameras

January 8, 2010
Albany patrol officers will now be able to record encounters with suspects, following the department's equipping of the cars with in-car video systems.

Omaha Pursuit Leads to Gunfight

December 21, 2009

Omaha (Neb.) police follow a robbery suspect who fires on officers during the pursuit as well as during a shootout at the end, where one cruiser ends up in a precarious position. Officer Matt Rech, whose patrol car video captured much of the chase, is heard calmly relaying information during the Nov. 29, 2006 pursuit. The agency named Rech as an officer of the year for 2007.

Chasing a Motorcycle

December 3, 2009

A patrol car chases a man on a motorcycle, who accellerates away from the officers, triggering a pursuit that eventually leads off the highway down a dirt road. The rider drops the bike, breaks his ankle and is caught.

RoboCAM 5.0

November 19, 2009
RoboVu's RoboCAM 5.0 is a full enterprise digital video management solution for public safety that is integrated to the company's Robo III military rugged Mobile Data Computer. RoboCAM 5.0 has a smaller hardware footprint along with a streamlined military avionics wiring harness featuring plug and play capability and military avionics connectors.

WatchGuard Video’s Law Enforcement Market Share Grows to 25 Percent

November 3, 2009
WatchGuard Video, a privately-held law enforcement technology manufacturer, announced today that the company holds the number one market share position for U.S. sales of digital in-car video systems used by law enforcement.

Autograph Seekers Flocked to Digital Ally IACP Booth to Meet John Elway

October 15, 2009
Hundreds gathered around Digital Ally's Booth at the 116th International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Denver last Monday in the hopes of meeting John Elway.

Watch Your Mouth

October 1, 2009
You might feel that the uniform gives you anonymity to say what you feel in the heat of the moment. But you are not a nameless person in the crowd. You are a police officer.

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.

Panasonic Introduces Toughbook Arbitrator 360° In-Car Video System

September 30, 2009
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company has announced the launch of the Toughbook Arbitrator 360° in-car digital video system, which can support up to six cameras in one law enforcement vehicle for comprehensive evidence capture.

In-Car Video System Captures Sergeant's Harrowing Encounter

September 17, 2009
Sgt. Matthew Davidson was grazed by the 200-pound wheel that broke free from an 18-wheel big rig, as he watched a motorist change the tire of his pickup truck alongside the Fred Hartman Bridge east of Houston.

Mobile Telescoping Surveillance System

August 12, 2009
Venture Tec's MVS is a lightweight, rapid deploying, telescopic mast for elevated video surveillance. By attaching directly to the vehicle's hitch receiver, it can easily relocate to surveillance areas, thus optimizing detection ability.

Oklahoma Trooper Suspended After Video Shows Fight with EMT

July 23, 2009
Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said trooper Daniel Martin, whose May 24 scuffle with paramedic Maurice White Jr. was caught on tape, will be suspended for five days without pay.

Kustom Signals Improves Digital Eyewitness In-Car Video System with Slimline DVD+R

July 23, 2009
Kustom Signals has improved the versatility of its popular DVD+R media option by introducing the new Slimline drive for use with the Digital Eyewitness ION Eclipse in-car video system.

Digital Eyes

July 23, 2009

By far the greatest technological innovation in the short history of in-car video has been the advent of digital recording systems. Whether they capture video on DVD discs, hard drive, or flash memory card, digital systems offer much greater resolution and easier and less expensive evidence storage than earlier analog VHS machines.

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?

Birmingham Police Beating Video: Did Not Show Beating When First Given to DA

May 21, 2009

Video of five Birmingham police officers beating an unconscious suspect was edited before it was turned over as evidence to the Jefferson County district attorney's office to use in the suspect's prosecution, authorities said Wednesday.

Austin PD Investigates Partially Videotaped Shooting

May 13, 2009
The Austin police chief has begun an investigation of an officer-involved shooting of an 18-year-old in the Texas capital that was partially captured on a patrol car's video camera, the American-Statesman reports.
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