Video in Law Enforcement
Full list of Video in Law Enforcement results
Deepfakes, forensic science and police investigations–
Is anyone calling for the development of forensic expertise to analyze video and determine manipulation has taken place?
How today’s BWC footage will shape tomorrow’s LEO training–
Many police departments currently have the capability to use body-worn camera footage to improve training protocol. If the advancements don't require futuristic tech, what is available, and how can we deploy the fundamental changes?
3 cases that show how peaceful de-escalation is possible without compromising officer safety–
Lenco Armored Vehicles
The Lenco BearCat gives officers an edge to implement de-escalation techniques that bring nonviolent outcomes
More Efficient Arraignment–
Collin County uses Cisco TelePresence for video arraignment to better utilize court and public safety resources.
Making Communities Safer with Video–
The City of San Antonio shares video across safety and justice systems.
Legal considerations in the use of digital video in criminal cases–
Law enforcement’s challenge with the proliferation of potential video evidence is in obtaining and preserving the images captured for future evidentiary value
Live and direct from... anywhere–
Streaming video makes incident management much more manageable
Why digital video is better than analog–
Unlike analog recordings, digital recordings usually contain information called metadata — “data about data” — that further describes the nature of the primary record
Video conferencing and collaboration tools for law enforcers–
Using everything from sophisticated TelePresence solutions to simple online meetings, police can achieve improved effectiveness and arrest rates