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New Bill Would Establish Task Force to Study Body Cameras for Police in NJ

A new bill is being introduced that would create a task force that would in turn study the implementation of body cameras for police in the state of New Jersey. The introduction of this new bill comes after a backlash from groups like police unions and the ACLU to a different bill that would require almost all New Jersey police officers to wear body cameras. The bill was originally introduced in response to the deaths of Michael Brown in Missouri... Read More

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

Use Police Video Technology to Create a Sophisticated System in Your Precinct

Police departments around the world are using increasingly advanced technology to fight crime and protect the communities they serve. Body-worn cameras, for instance, are being purchased and implemented at a very high rate. Equipment like a body camera can be a big asset to officers, but the full potential of these devices will not be realized without the assistance of other pieces of police video technology. In order to make your video surveillance... Read More

Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program Begins in NYC

The body-worn camera pilot program in New York City has begun, according to The program was announced earlier this year in the wake of the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Body-worn cameras provide security for police officers and the communities that they are charged with protecting. Products like BodyVision from L-3 Mobile-Vision capture clear video that can act as evidence when there is confusion as to the events... Read More

In-Car Cameras: Keeping Officers Safe

The single greatest value of an in-car camera is the positive impact that it has on officer safety. In addition, the video can speak for officers when officers cannot speak for themselves – a silent witness. Most in-car dashboard camera video recordings, which are now required by law in New Jersey, have resulted in accurate convictions; many provide an expedited means to resolve citizen complaints, exonerate officers from false accusations and serve... 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

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

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... Read More

Body-Worn Cameras Limit Liabilities for Law Enforcement

Law enforcement is forever subject to potential civil liabilities and lawsuits, which need to be taken seriously. With the help of technology like body-worn cameras, law enforcement can take steps to reduce their liability. A recent study from the Office of Police Complaints in Washington D.C. shows that body-worn cameras can help improve police accountability, while cutting down on petty claims against law enforcement. Countless suits against law... Read More

Massachusetts Police Department Considering Body-Worn Police Cameras

Worcester, Mass. Police Department Discussing Body-Worn Police Cameras The Worcester, Massachusetts police department is next in a growing line of police departments to turn its attention to body-worn police cameras. The department has decided to at least discuss the possibility of a pilot program for body-worn police cameras. The discussion of body-worn police cameras has grown in the wake of the death of Michael Brown in Missouri. Cities like New... Read More

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