Police in-car cameras have been around for a while, but only recently companies started integrating them with body-worn cameras and evidence management software. This integration creates a thorough, easy-to-use system, known as a Total Solution. These solutions allow users to wirelessly connect video recording devices in order to save officers precious time. It also guarantees they don’t forget to turn their cameras on when under stressful situations.
Our in-car camera systems completely integrate with our body cameras and Evidence Management System to become a complete end-to-end video solution for your agency. Although we offer wireless in-car cameras, our experience tells us that’s not yet the way to go.Continue reading “Wireless In-Car Cameras: The Ugly Truth”
Not every department can afford to purchase body cameras and in-car cameras, and when that’s the case, they have to cut corners. Cutting corners, in this situation, usually means going for a cheaper brand or purchasing a reliable body camera that also works as an in-car solution. Needless to say, the first alternative is never recommended, as more affordable products are, of course, made with cheaper parts, which means they’ll break down more often, needing to be replaced more frequently. The second option, on the other hand, is widely used and recommended for departments on a low budget. Although it’s not as good as having a two-camera system, it gets the job done for a more affordable price. In this article, we are gonna tackle the pros and cons of using a body camera as an in-car camera.