Share BWC Policy and Technology Considerations
As you think about your career in law enforcement, there may be some questions on your mind regarding doing your job efficiently and effectively. What current role does technology play in law enforcement? How do we answer community calls for accountability and transparency?
Boone County, IN: Lexipol x Utility Case Study How the Boone County Sheriff’s Office partnered with Utility and Lexipol to bring public safety goals to life
In 2016, the Boone County Sheriff’s Office identified a need to explore a body worn camera program to effectively achieve its mission of maintaining a safe community, which includes more than 65,000 citizens served across 12 townships.
Purdue University Police will soon outfit all of their officers with BodyWorn Cameras.
Purdue University Police will soon outfit all of their officers with body cameras. Purdue Police have had in-vehicle cameras for 20 years. The new body-worn camera system will include data storage and be connected with updated in car-cameras.
Choosing a BWC provider is no small task – so why did this sheriff’s office make a switch?
As more states mandate body-worn and in-vehicle camera use as part of their reform efforts, considering smart technologies and being ready for potential funding opportunities can help address the evolving burden.
Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department body cameras demonstrated; they’re collecting evidence
County Board supervisors on Tuesday got a first-hand look at the new body and squad cameras now employed by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department — which have already have been used to collect more than 17,000 pieces of evidence.
Broadview Heights police to obtain body cameras for first time
BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio — The city for the first time will buy body cameras for police, under legislation City Council unanimously approved Monday night (April 19). Council agreed to pay Utility Inc. in Decatur, Ga., $217,175 to provide camera systems for 29 police officers and…
Dover approves body camera system for police department
DOVER — At a time when communities across the country are calling for police accountability and transparency, the city Police Department will be joining the ranks of other area law enforcement agencies who have implemented officer-worn and cruiser-mounted cameras.