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Zistos Introduces Through-the-Wall Video System

November 17, 2010
The Through-the-Wall (TTW) video camera kit from Zistos Corp. contains tools that allow the operator to view into a room from an adjacent room through the common wall, when paired with the WalkAbout portable video system.

Video Network Brings Real-Time Data to Pursuing Officers

November 11, 2010
The Gardena (Calif.) PD is the latest to implement a wireless surveillance camera network to help identify suspects and vehicles in city facilities, parks and public thoroughfares.

Alabama City's HD Surveillance System Drops Crime Reporting 75 Percent

September 15, 2010
A citywide HD system connecting the Selma PD and the Selma Housing Authority offers greater surveillance coverage across the municipality. Since installing the system, Selma has seen a reduction in criminal activity at GWC—crime reporting has fallen from 40 to less than 10 incidents per week.

Oklahoma Cop Shooting Suspects Accidentally Confess On Camera

August 31, 2010
Video surveillance cameras captured three arrestees discussing their ambush of Oklahoma City PD's Katie Lawson in Spanish in an interrogation room, while being recorded by cameras and watched by a bilingual detective.

Zistos Introduces New HD Pole Camera

August 25, 2010
Zistos Corp., a leading manufacturer of body-worn, portable pole camera systems, has introduced the HD Pole Camera Inspection System (HD-A9)-a full 1080P HD, battery-powered system that utilizes core technology developed by Panasonic. It features a 12x optical zoom and digital recorder, a triple sensor, 3 megapixel camera head (with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080), a built-in 2-channel microphone, and a range of advanced tuning functions.

Risk Management

August 20, 2010

Things are not technologically stagnant in the SWAT community. New versions of the tried and true, as well as innovative uses of modern mechanisms, simultaneously bring SWAT teams closer to suspects in the safest way possible and bring situations to safer conclusions.

Denver Settles Use-of-Force Claim From Nightclub Arrest

August 16, 2010
DeHerrera is calling for the firing of the officers, who he claims filed a false report. An independent monitor had argued that the officers used excessive force.

ICOP Partners With General Dynamics Itronix

July 1, 2010
The ICOP products, combined with the General Dynamics notebook, will provide high-quality video and audio to help officers and first responders mitigate risks, reduce losses and improve safety and security in the line of duty, according to a joint announcement.

Mobile DVR

June 15, 2010
Speco Technologies' new mobile four-channel, H.264, pentaplex DVR allows for capturing and delivering real-time video through a compact surveillance system in moving vehicles. About the size of a radar detector, it is small enough to fit on top of or under the dashboard.

Nebraska Police Arrest 'Toilet Paper' Bandit

May 10, 2010
The man, who was captured on surveillance footage, had gained the nickname of the "toilet paper bandit" by authorities following the Saturday holdup.

NYC Mayor Announces $110 Million for Midtown Video Surveillance

May 3, 2010
The cameras would give the NYPD extended coverage between 30th and 60th streets and from the East River to the Hudson River. A surveillance system is now in place in Lower Manhattan.

Surveillance Footage Shows Person of Interest In Times Square Bomb Case

May 3, 2010
The footage, which is shot from a vantage point inside a nearby restaurant, shows a slender, balding man removing a garment near what appears to be a piece of luggage.

Fatal Stabbing Shows Gaps In NYC Subway Surveillance

April 6, 2010
Without any video footage of the attack, the NYPD returned to the lower-tech practice of circulating fliers without a description of the suspect.

Oklahoma County Sheriff Deploys HD Surveillance System at Prison

April 1, 2010
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) has deployed Avigilon's high definition (HD) surveillance system at its 268,000 square-foot detention center, a move designed to save the agency more than $10 million annually in personnel costs and will reduce the incidents of false liability claims.

Crime In California City's Park Is 'Nonexistent' With Video Surveillance

February 4, 2010
Using a four-camera wireless video surveillance system, the Hawthorne Police Department has made crime "virtually nonexistent" in a 6.2-acre city park.

Helinet Technologies Brings Aerial Surveillance Video to Mobile Devices

February 3, 2010
Breakthrough capability from Helinet Technologies allows ground personnel to view encrypted, real-time aerial video feeds on their BlackBerry and Windows Mobile Smartphones.

Super Surveillance

February 1, 2010

In preparation for Super Bowl XLIV, the Miami-Dade Police Department coordinated with the FBI, Sony Electronics, a local security integrator and other emergency managers to install video surveillance that provides full coverage, smooth video handling and crowd control.

Unblinking Eyes

December 29, 2009

Modern wireless networks and new battery technologies make it possible to locate surveillance cameras and listening devices virtually anywhere and without breaking the bank to do it.

Watching Over Baby Jesus

December 9, 2009
To help catch nativity vandals, BrickHouse Security is offering GPS tracking devices that can be installed on Baby Jesus, wise men, or other figurines.

Portable Surveillance Trailer

November 19, 2009
Wanco's portable surveillance trailer allows police to view and control cameras from a self-sustained remote location using a personal computer and an Internet connection. Pan-tilt-zoom cameras and an integrated digital video recorder make site monitoring easy. Users can control the cameras, access live and recorded video, and configure the equipment remotely or via the integrated control center. Up to four cameras can be mounted atop an electrically hoisted mast.
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