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IACP 2018: Axon Announces Streaming Video Body Cam and New TASER

The TASER 7 features dramatically improved effectiveness, including adaptive cross connect and improved spiral probe design, and is fully integrated with Evidence.com, Axon's digital data management solution, Axon says. The Axon Body 3 features real-time situational awareness with live streaming, gunshot detection and rapid wireless evidence offload.

October 7, 2018

Vievu Introduces Body-Worn Camera with Selectable Field of View and Auto Activation Capabilities

The Bluetooth-enabled LE5 camera boasts two industry firsts: a user-selectable field of view and USB-C connection, according to Vievu. The LE5 camera is fully configurable to capture 95 degrees, which replicates the human eye, a narrower 70 degrees for a focused view, or a wide-angle 120 degrees. The USB-C connection provides fast charging, high speed and its symmetrical and reversible design allows easy docking.

October 19, 2017

IACP 2016: Edesix to Demo Its New VB-Patrol In-Car Solution
Genetec Inc. Announces Strategic Partnership with Point Blank

Genetec Inc. Announces Strategic Partnership with Point Blank

Through this partnership, Genetec and Point Blank plan to be able to offer law enforcement professionals a direct integration between the IRIS CAM body-worn camera and the all new Genetec Clearance, a case management system designed to speed up investigations.

October 13, 2016

Justice Department Allocates $20 million for Body Cameras

The Justice Department's Monday announcement affects 106 state, city, municipal, and tribal law enforcement agencies in 32 states, and will help those departments institute and implement body camera programs.

September 28, 2016

Kustom Signals Announces Vantage Body-Worn Video

ACLU Fights U.S. Funding for Los Angeles Police Body Cameras

A civil rights group asked the U.S. government on Thursday to deny Los Angeles police the funding they sought for body cameras for patrol officers, objecting to a policy that would allow the police chief to withhold video footage from the public.

September 4, 2015