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Lightweight BodyVision Body-Worn Camera Gives Police an Edge

One of the arguments against police body-worn cameras has been the supposed inconvenience of using them in the field. However, as technology has improved over the years, so too has the body-worn camera. Law enforcement agencies have begun to adopt police video recording technology like the body-worn camera much in the way they adopted the dashboard camera in previous years. L-3 Mobile-Vision has been at the forefront of police technology and recording solutions for years. Now, a new product from […] Read More »

Dashboard Cameras Are Now Required by Law in New Jersey

A bill, which was signed into law in September, requires all new patrol vehicles to include dashboard cameras in New Jersey. The bill was introduced by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty and signed into law by Governor Chris Christie. New Jersey will be the first state to require dash cams in police vehicles. Assemblyman Moriarty advocated for patrol vehicles to include dashboard cameras after being wrongfully arrested and charged with a DWI in 2012. The vehicle that the officer who arrested Moriarty […] Read More »

Optimize Your Department’s In-Car Video System with PatrolScout

In-Car Video Systems Are vital to Your Department An in-car video system is a valuable tool for any police department, but basic systems may not meet your full expectations. The in-car video system by L-3 Mobile-Vision can be maximized with the addition of several high quality solutions. When used together, these complementary solutions bring out the real potential of in-car video systems . One of these products from L-3 Mobile-Vision is the PatrolScout. PatrolScout Enhances Your In-Car Video System Through Live […] Read More »

GW University Student Urges Campus Officers to Wear Police Body Cameras

Student Calls for Police Body Cameras The police body camera conversation, which has been growing in recent months, has spread to college campuses around the United States. At George Washington University, one student thinks that police body cameras would be a welcomed addition for students and officers alike. Junior Sarah Blugis, the contributing opinions editor at the independent student newspaper The Hatchet and daughter of a Pennsylvania lieutenant in the state police, believes that university police should be wearing police […] Read More »

Northern Illinois University Police Wearing Body Cameras

Body cameras are entering a new stage in the way they are used and who uses them. Local police departments are no longer the only institutions that see the utility in body cameras and other police video equipment. Body cameras have become so widely accepted that university police have begun utilizing the technology to keep students safe across the country. Northern Illinois University is just one of the many colleges that has begun equipping its campus police with body cameras. […] Read More »

In-Car Police Camera Systems Capture Quality Video No Matter What

In-Car Police Camera Systems Capture Quality Video Officers won’t need to access footage from their in-car cameras every day – or even every week. However, when police officers do need that footage, they need to be able to trust in police camera systems that provide consistently high-quality video, regardless of the circumstances. Not all police camera systems provide quality footage in difficult situations. Some cameras can be affected by weather or don’t shoot well in low light, leaving officers at […] Read More »

Michigan Officers Find Police Body Cameras Helpful

How Police Body Cameras are Helping in Michigan The Michigan police department of Lowell has been using police body cameras for a year, and the general consensus is that they have helped officers do their jobs and given the public more confidence in law enforcement. Police body cameras have been on the rise since the tragic shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO. The media has been covering the event intensely and public scrutiny is high. However, towns like Lowell, […] Read More »

Police Body Cameras Assist Officers in Utah

Police body cameras can assist officers in a number of ways, but one of the biggest and most important ways it can help law enforcement is by protecting the reputation of officers. During unfortunate altercations, officers may often come under fire for their conduct, and it can be difficult at times to verify accounts of what actually happened. However, police body cameras create a unique window into the moment when the altercation actually occurred. Police body cameras can help officers […] Read More »

License Plate Recognition Can Help Your Town Stay Safe

Even in neighborhoods typically devoid of high crime rates, License Plate Recognition can be a huge asset. License Plate Recognition not only helps police solve crimes that have already been committed, but it also plays a big part in preventing crime from occurring in the first place. Towns and cities across the country have noticed a big difference in crime prevention thanks to License Plate Recognition technology. Don’t let your town fall behind the times. One town successfully using License […] Read More »

Florida Police Department in Need of Motorcycle Cameras, Turn to Body-Worn Cameras Instead

Police Officers in Brevard County, Fla. have been using video technology for years in the form of dashboard cameras, but when they wanted to expand the role of video in law enforcement they ran into a problem. The police department wanted to mount these dash cameras onto their motorcycles. However, they quickly realized that this was not possible with their in-car cameras. (Companies such as L-3 Mobile-Vision actually carry a specific motorcycle camera.) Instead, they tried using their body-worn cameras for […] Read More »

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