Posts Tagged: law enforcement

7 Things You Need to Know About Obtaining Admissible Video Surveillance Footage

7 Things You Need to Know About Obtaining Admissible Video Surveillance Footage

December 13, 2016

Within days of the July 2005 bombings on London’s subway and bus system, authorities had identified the bombers, retraced their paths, and detained suspected accomplices thanks in part to footage from London’s elaborate public video surveillance system. While the cameras did not prevent the attacks, their value in the subsequent investigation has reinvigorated movements, both […]

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Watch In Reverse To See Citizens Returning Their Loot In Ferguson, Missouri!

Watch In Reverse To See Citizens Returning Their Loot In Ferguson, Missouri!

January 26, 2015

This is why you need multiple security cameras and, more importantly, cameras with the ability to capture a good face shot in your store! The police want to catch these perps, but they can’t do it without the help of a reliable and properly placed security camera system.   This video can be pretty depressing, […]

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Digital Ally Developing Glasses-Mounted Bullet Camera For Police Officers

Digital Ally Developing Glasses-Mounted Bullet Camera For Police Officers

November 24, 2014

Digital Ally, Inc. is responsible for the development, manufacturing and marketing of advanced video surveillance products specifically for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial applications and, a couple of months ago, announced that it would introduce a bullet camera option for its FirstVu HD officer-worn video system. According to a statement from CEO of Digital […]

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Hotel Security Cameras Are a Good Investment

Hotel Security Cameras Are a Good Investment

August 9, 2010

When you think of surveillance systems as part of a business, hotels may not be the first establishments that come to mind. Even so, anyone who has ever stayed in a hotel has more than likely seen security cameras placed in hallways, doorways, recreational areas such as gyms and swimming pools, and at the front […]

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Courthouse Security Cameras

Courthouse Security Cameras

July 21, 2010

In January of this year, a man named Johnny Wicks lost a Social Security claim in Las Vegas. A few months later, Wicks walked into a federal courthouse in Las Vegas, pulled a gun from his jacket and began shooting, killing a court security officer and injuring a deputy United States marshal. Wicks was chased, […]

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Surveillance Cameras for Pharmacies

Surveillance Cameras for Pharmacies

March 13, 2010

Any type of retail outlet or health care facility should have surveillance cameras for a number of reasons. A pharmacy combines both of those worlds, so it’s even more important that a pharmacy be protected by quality security cameras. Pharmacies contain an inventory of items that are expensive and in high demand, and that makes […]

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Montana Law Enforcement Praises High-Quality CCTV

Montana Law Enforcement Praises High-Quality CCTV

October 28, 2009

Butte-Silver Bow Police Captain Doug Conway says security cameras make his job a lot easier. “Video is a great source of evidence to investigators,” he told the Montana Standard. Recently, a burglar broke through a glass door and left RD’s Party Shop, in Butte, Montana, with as much beer and as many cigarettes as he […]

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Boston’s Green Line Trolleys to Get Security Cameras

Boston’s Green Line Trolleys to Get Security Cameras

October 21, 2009

According to the Boston Globe, the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) will be putting security cameras on the Green Line trolleys as part of a safety initiative. Funded with $500,000 from the Department of Homeland Security, a pilot program that allows the MBTA to test the cameras on the underground trolleys will begin soon. The […]

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