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Tag: Video Surveillance
MI Chief Watches Cars “Burnout” Outside Police Station, Drivers Arrested
Three drivers in Dearborn, MI, learned just how quick police response can be when you do “burnouts” in your cars right outside the police chief’s window.
June 9, 2022
i-PRO Brings AI to its PTZ Cameras and Adds 35 New Models
The onboard Ambarella SoC supports advanced AI auto-tracking which can automatically detect, zoom, and track people, vehicles, and bicycles. Unique attributes of detected objects such as color and type are also leveraged to enhance tracking accuracy, such as following a red vehicle.
June 2, 2022
MS Police Department Wants Access to Private Video Surveillance Systems Such as Doorbell Cameras
The move made Jackson, which has struggled to keep up with advances in high-tech crime-fighting, one of two dozen places in the country where police agencies inked deals this year with Fusus, a small Georgia company that aims to make it easier for American law enforcement agencies to build networks of public and private security cameras.
December 2, 2020
Video: Man Attacks Unoccupied NYPD Squad Car
A man was seen on surveillance video attacking a New York Police Department patrol vehicle over the weekend.
March 9, 2020
Dallas Police to Expand Use of "Starlight" Video Surveillance Program
The Dallas Police Department—facing, as so many departments across America do, a staffing shortage—is looking at increased use of surveillance cameras to provide a "virtual patrol" to enhance coverage of protection against crime.
March 5, 2020
Arkansas Police Release Surveillance Video of Assassination of Officer
The Washington County Sheriff's Office on Friday reluctantly released the preliminary findings from the state's medical examiner's office and a series of five surveillance videos that showed the sequence of events surrounding the killing of Fayetteville Police Officer Stephen Carr as he sat in a patrol vehicle outside the police station earlier this month.
December 16, 2019
U.S. Customs and Border Protection to Use TRU4orce DVR
Tru4orce, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trivinci Systems LLC, has been awarded a contract to supply U.S. Customs and Border Protection with marine-grade multi-camera DVR systems to be installed on vessels used in the War on Drugs.
August 30, 2019
Video: Suspect Disarms Texas Officer, Holds Her at Gunpoint During Robbery
Recently released video surveillance footage shows a suspected robber disarm and hold at gunpoint a female officer who was working a security detail at a mobile phone retail store in Houston earlier this month.
May 17, 2019
How Automating Evidence Redaction Saves Law Enforcement Time & Money
During this webinar, you will learn how law enforcement teams can comply with laws and keep witnesses safe while saving crucial officer time, reducing costs and redacting video & audio evidence faster.
May 14th, 2019
Triangle UAS Launches Real-Time Video Streaming System for Emergency Response
Launched at the 2019 Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo, the new streaming solution from Triangle UAS is made to offer first responders, public safety officials, and smart cities a cost-effective solution for real-time video streaming from drones.
April 5, 2019
Genetec's Cloud Surveillance Increases Parking Lot Safety
The South Grand Community Improvement District (CID) in St. Louis, MO is using the Genetec Stratocast cloud-based video monitoring system to deter license plate theft in its parking lot and provide video access to the local police department to help reinforce security.
February 13, 2019
Japanese Police Install Nationwide Network of Surveillance Cameras to Protect Children
Citing concerns of increasing crimes targeting school children, the National Police Agency in Japan has begun to deploy a nationwide network of surveillance cameras along roads frequently used by children walking to and from school.
December 26, 2018
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