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Simplifying the Officer Body-Worn Camera Experience

Officers are weighed down with more technology than ever before. In 2016, the Department of Justice issued $20M in grants specifically for body-worn cameras to be added to the officer's toolkit. Our 2016 Law Enforcement Industry Survey also confirmed body-worn camera usage is dramatically on the rise, increasing over 300 percent since 2015.

Before purchasing, agencies should recognize how a new piece of technology can impact frontline officers’ ability to successfully do their job and protect the community.

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Successfully Using Body-Worn Video Evidence in Court

Body-worn camera usage is improving police-to-citizen relations and easing tensions by lowering the number of use-of-force complaints. The other aspect of body-worn cameras that deserves attention is the value of their digital evidence in court. That evidence can provide unbiased, objective information for effectively prosecuting a case, strengthening the criminal justice process.

A holistic approach to capturing digital evidence, maintaining chain-of-custody and efficiently managing it to be shared, is critical to avoid potential pitfalls that could rule your digital evidence as inadmissible.

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The Future of Digital Evidence Management

Today, as the amount and type of content captured expands, digital evidence management is at risk of becoming an overwhelming undertaking. The cloud is an excellent option to address your impending need for more storage, but replicating multiple systems in the cloud can make it difficult to take full advantage of economies of scale. Managing too many disparate systems with equally disparate workflows, also results in a lack of operational continuity.

Effectively managing the flood of digital evidence with a single, consolidated solution can allow you to support affordable and efficient evidence packaging for potential legal action now, and into the future.

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