Rio Rancho PD have eight new flashlight cameras from Digital Ally, Inc. that record the details dash cameras miss during a traffic stop, like drivers fiddling with their keys or slurring their speech. _KOB-TV www.kob.com
LAPD plans to install car cams in launch of $5 million program. The COBAN car cameras include systems which record video and audio onto a hard-drive, equipping 300 cars to help gather evidence and prevent crime.
In this PoliceOneTV Virtual Tradeshow segment, Dave Smith speaks with Matt Johnson from US Night Vision at SHOT Show 2010 about their new night vision products including their wireless pan/tilt 360 thermal camera.
This video captures a potentially lethal encounter! A Redlight Wrecker tow truck driver was shot at with a semiautomatic handgun while attempting to tow an illegally parked Ford truck from an apartment complex in Southwest Houston. The entire scene was captured by Safety Vision’s RouteRecorder 4C mobile digital video recorder (MDVR) and SV-620A rear-view color cameras.The Redlight wrecker also is equipped with an SV-CLCD-70 quad-screen monitor; the monitor streams live video from the four installed cameras, enhancing driver visibility and driving precision in real time. We hope that the Safety Vision cameras and recorded video may help the police identify, capture, and prosecute the perpetrators.
In this PoliceOneTV Virtual Tradeshow segment, Dave Smith speaks with Dave Teeter from Kustom Signals at IACP 2009 about their exciting new product, the G3 Vision. The Digital Eyewitness G3 Vision allows simultaneous recording from up to 4 cameras. It also allows control of the in car video system from an enhanced Mirror Monitor. There is also a look back buffer and 24/7 recording mode.
In this PoliceOneTV Virtual Tradeshow segment, Dave Smith speaks with Ken McCoy from Digital Ally at IACP 2009 about their new products. They unveiled the new 750 In Car Video System, the First Vu, body worn camera and the waterproof monitor and camera device for motorcycles.
Raw video:November 14/08,San Diego, California. A man is facing attempted murder charges today after getting caught in the middle of a bizarre street fight. The San Diego Police Department's ABLE helicopter caught the whole thing on tape. From the air, officers could see one man beating another with a crutch in the middle of the street.