Steve Tuttle, VP of Communications at TASER International, addresses concerns that LEOs may have for on-officer cameras. TASER aims to utilize their technology and partner with agencies to protect LEOs. The first-person perspective of officers is critical for the best recorded evidence.
An 80-year-old West Linn man has Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies to thank for saving his life after he crashed his car while having a possible heart attack. Clackamas County dashcam video shows Deputy John Wildhaber doing chest compressions while Deputy Josh Eagle got the defibrillator going.
Police in Mesa will begin using TASER cameras mounted on officers' glasses, hats and collars to record interactions with the public. The goal is to use video to quickly resolve complaints against officers and as evidence in court.