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Panasonic i-PRO Partners with Genetec Inc. on New Cloud-Based Digital Evidence Management System

CloUDE Powered by Genetec works directly with Panasonic i-PRO’s body-worn cameras (MK3 and BWC4000) and in-vehicle camera (MK3 and VPU4000) systems, and it allows law enforcement agencies to retain complete ownership of all evidence and metadata.

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New York Troopers Begin Wearing Body Cameras

The deployment, which was part of a slate of police reform laws passed last June, is expected to reach the ranks across the state by the fall.

Illinois Chief Says Department Will Ditch Body Cameras if Reform Law Signed by Governor

Chief Patrick Kreis says the legislation could make officers criminally responsible if their cameras fail to record an incident.

Body Camera Policy and Training

Implementing a successful body-worn camera program is a lot more complex than choosing your preferred vendor and slapping those cameras on the uniforms of your officers.

Illinois Legislature Passes Bill Mandating Body Cameras for All Officers

A state senate version of the bill would have removed qualified immunity for individual police officers, potentially exposing them to civil lawsuits. This provision was eliminated from the house version of the bill.

Veritone's POLICE Technology Experience Sessions Detail How AI-Driven Redaction Can Make Agencies More Efficient

Sgt. Jason Druckenmiller says he conducted a "bake off" between various redaction tools, including Veritone Redact. He found that Veritone Redact could do the job in 25 minutes while the others required as much as one hour and 20 minutes.

Axon Rolls Out New Hardware and Software Features

The company’s Sprint for Justice program is designed to improve training, performance, and transparency.

First Look: VIP Inc.'s No-Frills Body Camera

Versatile Information Products’ Puma PTS body worn camera and Puma Management Software are designed to be affordable and easy to us.

NFL's Packers Help Buy Body Cameras for Green Bay Police

Green Bay's five-year agreement with Axon is for the hardware, software and training included in the company's Officer Safety Plan. Total value is $3.6 million.

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New Axon Features Focus on Transparency and Officer Development

More than 200 engineers from across nearly every team in the company came together to build the new features, which are designed to facilitate agencies in increasing transparency, capturing truth, and supporting officer development.