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.
Laurel PD respond to woman on the wrong side of the road. She is visibly intoxicated and speeds off into a telephone pole. As she runs from the scene the police use a TASER. Submit your AXON video to Taser here.
Check out this side by side view of 2 different officers wearing TASER AXON flex on-officer cameras showing the 2 different point of view of the same life saving incident. Lake Havasu Police TASER suicidal man who subsequently falls into the pool. The officers responding then jump into the pool and pull the man out, saving his life.
Submit your AXON video to Taser here.
The folks from the "Thrillist" website visit the Scottsdale (Ariz.) headquarters of TASER International. One correspondent gets to ride the lightning. His greatest fear beforehand? Well, let's just say he probably brought extra undershorts to this video shoot.
TASER, the market leader in on-officer cameras, created the new AXON body for agencies that value a simpler camera option at a lower price point. The sleek design, wide-angle lens, and automated workflows allow for wearability and easy deployment.