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Axon Sues Federal Trade Commission Over Vievu Merger Complaint

Rick Smith, Axon's CEO, says the lawsuit will not have any effect on the company's ability to provide law enforcement agencies with video evidence capture and management tools and less-lethal weapons. "Typically these things take two to four years to sort out," he explains.

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Indiana Agency's Policy Mandates Random Inspection of Officers' Body Camera Footage

The new requirements call for sergeants to randomly sample at least five videos each month from officers they supervise, and to review at least 15 minutes of footage from each subordinate three or more times per year.

IACP 2019: Report from the Aisles

Innovative new body cameras, radios, and training simulators were among the stars of this year's show.

IACP 2019: New Video Systems Offer Enhanced Capabilities and Features

Digital evidence capture systems were once again one of the hottest product categories at IACP.

Video: California Officers Talk Man Out of Suicide by Cop

The Fontana (CA) Police Department released video this week showing its officers de-escalating a situation in which a man may have been trying to commit suicide-by-cop in late November.

The Next-Generation BWC

Panasonic i-Pro Sensing Solutions' new BWC offers a field-swappable battery for extended shift operation and an easy-to-read display.

What Police Leaders Need to Know About Body Cameras

Wearable video cameras can be very beneficial for officers and agencies, but it's important to understand what they can and can't do.

POLICE Survey: Law Enforcement and Technology

A dizzying variety of hardware and software tools are now available for police operations. But are they actually being used? We sent a special survey out to law enforcement officers to find out. Here's what we discovered.

Video: Georgia Officer Shoots Man Lunging at Him with Machete

About 40 seconds into the interaction, the man spins around and appears to lunge at the officer with a large blade.

California Law Prohibits Facial Recognition on Police Body Cameras

The bill from Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, takes effect at the start of 2020 and expires after three years. Ting initially proposed a permanent ban on the technology.