DENTON COUNTY, TX- The Denton County Police Department Precinct #5 recently purchased 12 WOLFCOM VISION Police Body Cameras. The purchase also included 6 in car cameras, docking stations and 4-hour battery packs.
Chief Deputy Troy Nivens said his department originally purchased the police body cameras as an affordable way to replace the departments’ video equipment. “We had some outdated vehicle cameras and we couldn’t record our interactions. We needed to find an inexpensive solution and WOLFCOM [Police Body Cameras] looked like it had all the features we needed to fit our budget,” said Nivens.The department has six police officers. There were no concerns over the purchase of the new police body cameras. “We all felt it was better to have video documentation, so we wanted a way to document our encounters with the public… we had been using outdated Vidmic police body cameras, so the police officers were familiar with police body cameras already, but those police body cameras were several years old and falling apart and none of them worked anymore so we were depending on the outdated vehicle cameras,” said Nivens.
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