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Baton Rouge PD Adopts New Policy for Faster Release of OIS Videos

Baton Rouge police announced their Public Release of Critical Incident Recordings policy, which creates a protocol for the review of any recordings from critical incidents involving an officer and requires a decision from the police chief within 12 days about its public release.

August 22, 2018

Video: San Francisco Releases Footage of Gunfight Between Officers and Homicide Suspect
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Watchguard Video Helps Capture Arson Suspect

Watchguard Video Helps Capture Arson Suspect

Record-After-The-Fact gives officers the ability to 'go back in time' and recapture evidence that they may not have intentionally recorded due to the inherent unpredictability of police work.

June 24, 2016

L-3 Mobile-Vision, Inc. Releases Cloud Storage Platform for BodyVision Cameras