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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.

LAPD to Outfit All Officers with TASER Axon Body Cameras and Evidence.com

December 17, 2014
TASER International today announced the purchase of 860 Axon body-worn video cameras and a five-year subscription to Evidence.com by the Los Angeles Police Department. Los Angeles plans to equip a total of 7,000 officers with body cameras in 2015.

IACP 2014: Report from the Aisles

December 2, 2014

Here's a look at wearable video systems and officer-worn evidence capture equipment as well as some of the other cool products at IACP 2014.

LAPD to Move Forward With TASER Body Cameras

November 4, 2014
Los Angeles Police Department officials today said they plan to move forward with using TASER body cameras. The department plans to continue discussing labor issues and policies for using the cameras.

Salt Lake City and Birmingham PDs Select Evidence.com for Digital Asset Management

October 14, 2014
TASER International announced today that the Salt Lake City Police Department and the Birmingham Police Department have selected Evidence.com to securely store and manage all of the digital evidence from their AXON body cameras and other digital devices. Both departments secured a five-year subscription with Evidence.com in the third quarter of 2014.

Florida Officer TASERs Dog Attacking Man

September 25, 2014

A pit bull that was Tasered twice by a Flagler County, Fla., sheriff’s deputy and later euthanized “chewed its way through the door” of a bedroom and bit a total of three people before animal control officers could contain the dog, according to a sheriff’s report. More Here.

Video: Florida Officer TASERs Dog Attacking Man

September 25, 2014
A pit bull that was Tasered twice by a Flagler County, Fla., sheriff’s deputy and later euthanized “chewed its way through the door” of a bedroom and bit a total of three people before animal control officers could contain the dog, according to a sheriff’s report.

Denver Police Asking for 800 Body Cameras for Officers

August 28, 2014
Denver police on Wednesday said they hope to equip 800 officers, including all patrol and traffic officers, with body cameras in 2015.

How are On-body Video Cameras Holding up?

May 2, 2014
There are many choices in on-body video cameras for officers. Here are the most important things to keep in mind when looking for those systems.

Fort Worth Police Say Body Cams Will 'Spotlight the Truth'

February 4, 2014
Chief Jeff Halstead wants the Fort Worth Police Department to lead the way on body cam video. There are 145 cameras already in the field with a goal to add 500 more within the next year.

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.

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.

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.
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