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WOLFCOM® Testifies Before Sacramento California State Assembly About Police Body Cameras

   
HOLLYWOOD, CA- A newly released video showcases WOLFCOM’s July presentation before the Sacramento California State Assembly Committee on Community and Law Enforcement Relations and Responsibilities hearing on Police Body Worn Cameras. Chairman Assemblyman Jim Cooper invited WOLFCOM, California’s only Police Body Camera Manufacturer, to open the hearing with a demonstration about body camera technology. The hearing was broadcasted live on the State Assembly Website. WOLFCOM Founder and police body camera expert Peter Austin Onruang and WOLFCOM CEO Tiffany Wang did a presentation about police body camera technology and video management software and storage options for the committee followed by a question and answer period with the assembly members.

“We’re honored to have been asked to do a presentation for the California State Assembly in Sacramento. There are many questions, issues and misconceptions being raised about police body camera usage, so it’s important that lawmakers who shape public policy, understand the facts about this new developing technology. As the only body camera manufacturer in California, it is important for WOLFCOM to share critical information about police body camera technology with elected officials and lawmakers in our own back yard,” said WOLFCOM Founder Peter Austin Onruang.
WOLFCOM Chief Executive Officer Tiffany Wang spoke in detail about WOLFCOM Evidence Management Solution Software and how it helps police departments manage the video files taken by the police body cameras. "It was a great opportunity to be able to speak to the California State Assemble about body cameras. The most important piece in providing body cameras is educating people on e ach part that goes into a body camera solution. It is not only having the correct features in the hardware, but also having key functions in the software that manages all the evidence," said Wang.

“I’d like to thank WOLFCOM USA for their participation in the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee hearing of AB 66. WOLFCOM, a leading manufacturer of body cameras, provided invaluable insight on how body cameras are helping law enforcement ability to protect the public and how these state-of-the-art cameras are helping restore trust in law enforcement,” said Assembly member Jim Cooper.

The hearing was broadcast live on the State Assembly Website. WOLFCOM Founder and police body camera expert Peter Austin Onruang also did a presentation about police body camera technology for the committee followed by a question and answer period with the assembly members. WOLFCOM has experienced tremendous growth as the demand for police body cameras has increased since the Ferguson police shooting incident in August of 2014 and the subsequent call for the use of police body cameras nationwide. In 2014, the company sold nearly 6,000 cameras, which range in price from $249 to $475, representing a 400% boost from 2013. This year WOLFCOM made the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing private companies in America being ranked #2617 with a three year growth of 141%.