Video surveillance is transforming the way first responders react to emergency situations and helping keep cities safe. There are systems today that offer reliable and interoperable solutions for ROIP/VOIP communications, vigilant surveillance and HD video applications that improve detection of potential threats.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Serve and Protect Your Police Force with In Car Digital Video Recording
First things first. For those non-believers and late-bloomers still thinking, “Why record video?” Think about disputes between offenders and officers…how do you determine what really happened? What about all those court dates for minor offenses that are keeping officers in court instead of out on patrol. Think about all the liability risks that come with civilians, old and young, using smartphones with cameras that can record YOU. These devices and applications tie to the lawsuits you may hear about in the news where offenders are giving officers a bad name[such as this situation in Milwaukee]. Are you keeping up with these concerns? How are you addressing them? While smartphones and instant communication may have started predominantly with the younger generation, it has prevailed across the board in all agencies and to people of all ages. Technology continues to evolve at such high speeds that you can no longer afford to refute the revolution. Besides, with the constant change of technology, digital video isn’t really a luxury anymore, it’s becoming a necessity.