1 November 2016
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California ALPR Policies

ALPR are high-speed camera systems that photograph license plates, convert the numbers and letters into machine-readable text, tag them with the time and location, and upload that data into a database for retrieval. Often law enforcement agencies that use ALPR compare plates to a “hot list” of plates suspected of being connected to crimes or […]


26 October 2016
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Top 6 Technologies for a Body-Worn Camera Solution

Know the technologies for your New and/or Upgrade Body-Worn Camera Solution so you can avoid Calgary PD issue.  Technical glitches have forced the Calgary Police Service to scrap its current body-worn camera program and start over from scratch. Deputy police chief James Hardy says it’s back to Square 1 for the cameras, which were expected to […]


15 August 2016
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Body-Worn Cameras Working?

Evidence points toward benefits… There is growing pressure across the country to equip police officers with body-worn cameras, driven by a belief that the technology will reduce unwarranted use of force by police and is also likely to lower the incidence of assaults on police. In her 2013 ruling against the New York City police […]


1 July 2016
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Wider Use of Police Body Cameras like BMPproElite

Much of the resistance to outfitting police officers with body-worn cameras seems to have receded. There is a growing consensus among law enforcement, civil rights organizations and the public that the cameras will provide a net benefit for officers and members of the public. But there is another benefit that is overlooked: the impact on […]


31 March 2016
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Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program FY 2016 Competitive Grants

Small Agency Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program (25 or Fewer Officers) FY 2016 Competitive Grant Announcement Applications Due: April 27, 2016 https://www.bja.gov/funding/BWCSmallAgency16.pdf Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program (More than 25 Officers) FY 2016 Competitive Grant Announcement Applications Due: April 27, 2016 https://www.bja.gov/funding/BWCPIP16.pdf Overview Law enforcement agencies across the country and worldwide are using body-worn […]


28 January 2016
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7 Questions to ask before you buy a Body-Worn Camera

7 Questions to ask before you buy a Body-Worn Camera 1. Does the wearable video camera for police record video in 1080P HD and take Still Photos with Burst mode? 2. Is it completely Waterproof? 3. Simple large one button to activate recording? 4. Does the body cam have a stealth mode? 5. Does the […]


18 November 2015
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Civil Rights Analyzes Police Body-Worn Cameras

Civil Rights Scorecard Analyzes Police Body Cameras The public call for greater accountability is not one police departments around the country have been quick to ignore. With several high-profile incidents calling into question policing tactics and policies, many agencies have turned to body-worn cameras as a way to document their daily interactions with the public. […]


5 September 2015
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Oklahoma City Council Adopts Body-Worn Camera Policy For Police

The Oklahoma City Council on Tuesday approved policies for body-worn cameras for the city’s police department. The program begins with a three-system “wear test,” and then Oklahoma City police will deploy 100 body-worn cameras for a yearlong trial program. At the council meeting Tuesday, Chief of Police Bill City said the cameras provide an opportunity to […]


17 August 2015
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18 July 2015
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Do Wearable Body Cameras Get Results?

Do Wearable Body Cameras Get Results? The U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) issued an important study on wearable body cameras last fall. Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program: Recommendations and Lessons Learned highlights the positive outcomes of a deployment by the Mesa (Ariz.) Police Department. Among the results: Eight months after the […]