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Body Cameras for Police Grow in Popularity Around College Campuses

Law enforcement organizations around the United States are choosing body cameras more and more frequently. These agencies typically range from state, city to other local municipal governments, but even college campuses are beginning to realize the importance of body cameras for police. Eastern Michigan University Using Body Cameras for Police Eastern Michigan University became the most recent addition to a quickly growing list of schools that are... Read More

NJ Judge Rules Dashboard Camera Footage Public Records

In October, an Ocean County, NJ judge ruled that all footage recorded by dashboard cameras mounted in police vehicles to be public record. This means that the general public now has access to footage captured by police in New Jersey, making dashboard cameras even more effective in protecting the rights of citizens. Dashboard cameras and other kinds of police video technology are designed to protect police officers from potentially dangerous situations,... Read More

Pittsburgh Police Chief Embracing Police Equipment and Technology

Crime rates in Pittsburgh, PA have been alarmingly high this year, especially in regard to the murder rate. As of mid-October 2014, the number of murders in Pittsburgh was at 59, already 13 deaths higher than all of 2013. Police equipment, including video technology and the systems used to collect and analyze data are integral to keeping communities around the country safe. Crime prevention hinges upon a department’s ability to track down criminals,... Read More

NJ Lawmakers Propose Bill to Require Police Body Cameras

NJ Police Body Camera Bill A growing number of police departments around the country are adding body cameras for police to their inventory of law enforcement tools. In New Jersey, a bill was recently proposed that would require all county, state and municipal officers to wear police body cameras while on patrol. Legislation like this further demonstrates the growing support for body cameras and all police video recording technology. At L-3 Mobile-Vision,... Read More

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... 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... 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... Read More

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