It’s no news the police body camera market has been growing rapidly in the past few years. But, attached to rapid growth, always comes unexpected issues. Because of the Freedom of Information Act, police departments found themselves spending thousands of dollars every year on redacting videos to be released to the public. Aside from being costly, video redaction is a job nobody wants to commit to because it’s simply monotonous and time-consuming. With that in mind, body camera manufacturers started implementing basic and advanced video redaction features in their evidence management software, and it has been a game changer for police officers.
Police body cameras are a fairly recent market niche, therefore, they are constantly evolving, which makes its users more demanding with each passing day. Keeping up with the needs of this new audience isn’t easy, and manufacturers have to make executive decisions when deciding which features to add or remove. In this article, we are going to tackle all the features a police body camera should and could have.
International Association of Chief's of Police
WOLFCOM® had an amazing time at the IACP this year. We got to meet Police Chiefs from all over the USA and hear feedback from them about their thoughts on police body cameras. We also had the opportunity to show them all the amazing things our WOLFCOM Vision police body camera can do and explain to them how our body cameras can greatly benefit their department. Most importantly, this exhibition allowed our sales to meet our customers and to better understand their needs and requirements. If you had an opportunity to stop by our booth, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for sharing a moment of your time with us. If you were not able to attend the IACP this year, we hope this video will inspire you to visit us at next years IACP.
Magazine Unveils 34th Annual List of
America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000
WOLFCOM Ranks No. 2617 on the 2015 Inc. 5000
with Three-Year Sales Growth of 141%
NEW YORK, August 19, 2015 — Inc. magazine has ranked WOLFCOM number 2617on its 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such as Yelp, Pandora, Timberland, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, LinkedIn, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained early exposure as members of the Inc. 5000.
WOLFCOM Ranks No. 1466 on the 2016 Inc. 5000
with Three-Year Sales Growth of 262%
Hollywood, September 14, 2016- The Inc. 5000 recently released the 2016 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Body cameras are a hot topic at the moment and one of America’s leading body camera manufacturers made the list for the second year in a row.
When we introduced the WOLFCOM 3rd EYE Police body camera back in 2012, it took the Law Enforcement community by storm. Within a year, we had sold thousands of body cameras across the United States and the WOLFCOM® brand became synonymous with quality body cameras. Little did we know that what we had developed would set the worldwide standards for body cameras.
Mendocino, California has proven to be the perfect place for the Wolfcom 3rd Eye body camera.
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Department purchased 6 Wolfcom 3rd Eye Police Body cameras in July of 2012 and since then they’ve successfully implemented the cameras into their officer’s day to day duties.
Fremont Street Experience is the heart of downtown Las Vegas and one of the busiest areas filled with tourists, street performers and music blaring, providing action 24 hours a day. With all the alcohol flowing and party never ending, it’s easy to see why the Fremont Street Experience Security team values the Wolfcom 3rd Eye.
Lyon County Sheriff’s Department in Nevada has been using the Wolfcom 3rd Eye police body cameras since March of 2013. The Wolfcom 3rd Eye has fulfilled all their expectations. Captain Bryan Veil has informed us that their camera-outfitted squad loves the Wolfcom 3rd Eye.
The Amarillo Fire Department in Texas has purchased two Wolfcom 3rd Eyes to use for by their fire marshals. For the last year, fire marshals have been using the Wolfcom 3rd Eye to document nightclub overcrowding.