Calif. grant helps cops get new video tool

The risk-management tool is integrated into an officer's portable radio microphone


Eureka Times Standard

FORTUNA, Calif. — Several Fortuna Police Department officers are now equipped with a communication device call the VIDMIC that allows officers to record up to three hours of audio and full-color video along with still photographs.

With a grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Fortuna Police Department purchased four VIDMICS to be used by sworn personnel working uniformed field assignments.

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