Talk about a Throwback Thursday!
Earlier this fall, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill that requires “all municipal police departments to equip newly purchased or leased vehicles that are used primarily for traffic stops with an in-car camera, or equip patrol officers with body cameras as a more affordable option.” The law was sponsored by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, […]
In 2011, the government of Eaton County, Mich., faced a dilemma. The rugged mobile computers used by law enforcement personnel throughout the county were aging and needed to be replaced. As with local governments across the country, funds to upgrade to new technology were tight. Despite a long history of relying on Toughbook laptops, administrators […]
Motorists in Portugal can take comfort in knowing that when they’re driving down the 1,100 kilometers of road operated by BRISA Innovation, they’re not the only ones with eyes on the road. For BRISA, Portugal’s largest motorway management company, the surveillance technology at their Operational Control Centre allows them to manage mobility as well as […]
For agencies across the country, in-vehicle digital video evidence collection systems are becoming an increasingly critical tool for law enforcement work. Recently, we partnered with PoliceOne.com to find out how today’s officers are using mobile video technology on the job. A PoliceOne survey, sponsored by Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, observed the use […]