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Mark Rivera, Customer Retention Manager and CJIS Security Compliance Officer with Vigilant Solutions, served for sixteen years with the Maryland State Police, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant with thirteen of those years at the supervisory and command level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and Secret clearance through the FBI, Baltimore.

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Axon Body 2

April 29, 2016
TASER's latest body-worn camera lets you capture video in HD without distractions and receives upgrades every 30 days.

Body-Worn Cams: Making Sure You Get the Video

April 7, 2016

Many of the most innovative features on the current generation of law enforcement body-worn camera systems are all about ensuring the evidence is captured as accurately as possible, that it can be integrated with other video capture systems, and it can be redacted.

Axon Body 2

March 30, 2016
TASER's latest body-worn camera lets you capture video in HD without distractions and receives upgrades every 30 days.

$11.6 million Baltimore Police Body Camera Program Launches May 1

March 11, 2016
A year after the death of Freddie Gray, 500 Baltimore police officers will begin wearing body cameras full time on May 1, with the rest of the force to follow by 2018.

Axon Body 2

February 29, 2016
TASER's latest body-worn camera lets you capture video in HD without distractions and receives upgrades every 30 days.

Surfing the Digital Video Tsunami

February 23, 2016

All of the video agencies must cope with presents law enforcement with headaches. It's costly to store; it's costly to review, and it's costly to process for legally mandated release to the press and the public.

TASER Wins Bid to Outfit 22,000 London Police Officers with Body Cameras

November 27, 2015
Led by the Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime (MOPAC), the Metropolitan Police completed a 12-month pilot earlier this year using 1,000 of TASER's Axon body-worn cameras. The world’s largest trial of body cameras to date was considered a success and a research study conducted by MOPAC and the College of Policing found that introducing the cameras resulted in a 33-percent reduction in complaints against officers.

Axon Body 2

November 5, 2015
TASER's latest body-worn camera lets you capture video in HD without distractions and receives upgrades every 30 days.

Key Law Enforcement Companies Partner with Microsoft for Cloud-Based Services

October 29, 2015
TASER said Microsoft and TASER’s global commitment to security and privacy compliance will provide law enforcement agencies with the peace of mind to entrust both companies with the most sensitive of data. In the United States, Microsoft is the only major cloud provider that provides a contractual commitment to the FBI’s CJIS Security Policy with its law enforcement customers.

Baltimore PD Begins Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program

October 27, 2015
More than 150 police officers in east, west and central Baltimore were equipped with body cameras Monday — instructed to begin recording their interactions with the public as a first step toward department-wide use of the technology next year.

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.

TASER Introduces Next Generation Axon Body 2 Camera with Unlimited HD

October 23, 2015
TASER International, Inc., maker of body-worn cameras and evidence management technology, today announced its new Axon Body 2 camera for $399 with unlimited HD storage included in the unlimited pricing tier for $79 per month. Agencies can now capture HD video evidence without worrying about the cost. TASER anticipates availability for shipment and trials in quarter four of 2015.

TASER Launches Axon Body Camera and Digital Evidence Management Solution in Canada

August 13, 2015
TASER says its approach to entering the Canadian market has been informed by conversations over the last year with a number of key law enforcement officials in Canada to learn about the unique challenges Canadian officers face.

TASER to Acquire MediaSolv to Broaden Digital Evidence Management Solutions

May 5, 2015
Mediasolv's customers include an additional 7 major cities, bringing the total number of major city agencies on TASER's digital platform to 23.

TASER Introduces Standard Issue Grant Program

April 14, 2015
TASER International's Standard Issue Grant Program is designed to help make full deployments of the company's weapons, cameras, or both more affordable. Up to $400 per officer in grants are available when an agency makes Smart Weapons or Axon technologies standard issue.

TASER Makes First Significant Axon Sale in UK Market

April 10, 2015
TASER International has announced the purchase of 178 Axon body-worn video cameras and a one-year subscription to Evidence.com by the City of London Police Department. This order was received and shipped in the first quarter of 2015.

Charlotte Purchases 1,425 TASER AXON Body-Worn Cameras

March 31, 2015
TASER has announced that several large AXON cameras orders were received from domestic law enforcement agencies, including 1,425 AXON body and flex cameras for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg (N.C.) Police Department.

Video: N.J. Department Happy with TASER Axon Body Cams

February 13, 2015
Six months in, wearing TASER Axon cameras is part of the daily routine for officers of the Evesham Township (N.J.) Police Department, and the agency has benefited from their use.

Cleveland Officers Now Wearing TASER Body Cams

February 5, 2015
The chief said that the department will give officers time to become accustomed to the technology. But eventually officers will face discipline for failing to turn on their cameras or upload footage. Discipline would begin with a written reprimand. Subsequent infractions could lead to a 10-day suspension.

LAPD Plan for Body Cameras Complicated by Privacy and Policy Concerns

December 18, 2014
Another battle is brewing over whether police officers should be able to review the recordings before writing police reports about incidents. Bibring and others said officers should not have access to the recordings because it could allow them to alter their statements or align them with what the footage showed.
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