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November 27, 2013
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Calif. PD buys 100 body cameras after 2-year study

After a two-year study, the Chino police department chose to purchase 100 Axon Flex body cameras

By Canan Tasci
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

CHINO, Calif. — With last week’s approval by the City Council, the department is able to purchase 100 on-officer video cameras. The cameras are expected to enhance customer service, reduce false complaints and provide officers with the tools to increase safety and productivity.

The Taser Axon Flex camera — which is the size of a tube of lipstick — has a lens view of 71 degrees, multiple mounting options, up to 13 hours of recording capabilities and a 12-hour battery life. It also has 30-seconds pre-event recording ability.

After two years of testing and evaluating on-officer video systems, the department decided that Taser’s camera and Evidence.com media storage solutions, which maintains the data base to archive or store the videos, best meets its needs.

Full Story: On-officer video cameras OK’d for Chino police






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