WARSAW, Virginia, February 14th, 2019 ─ The Warsaw Police Department currently has 6 WOLFCOM Body Cameras and Sergeant Eddie Headley said these cameras, alongside the WOLFCOM Evidence Management Software, have been working out great for them.Continue reading “Warsaw Police Department Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
NORTH OGDEN, Utah, February 10th, 2020 ─ North Ogden City Police Department currently has 21 issued WOLFCOM body cameras for 19 officers and Patrol Lieutenant Jeremy Hindes says these devices have helped them several times.Continue reading “North Ogden Police Department Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
WILLIAMSPORT, Pennsylvania, February 5th, 2020 ─ The Pennsylvania College of Technology Police Department currently has 14 vehicles equipped with WOLFCOM in-car camera systems and Chief Chris Miller says these devices have been working for their needs.
According to the Chief, these are the first in-car systems they have ever had. “We have been looking at entering the in-car market. We haven’t had any with our department at all. So we tested several units and the WOLFCOM product seemed to fit our needs the best that we were looking for.”Continue reading “Pennsylvania College P. D. Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM In-Car Camera System”
MANSON, Iowa, February 3rd, 2020 ─ The Manson Police Department – IA, currently has a total of 7 officers using WOLFCOM body cameras and Chief Gerald Frick said they no longer have many of the issues they used to have before using body cameras.Continue reading “Manson Police Department Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
MONTICELLO, Arkansas, November 5th, 2019 ─ University of Arkansas at Monticello Police Department currently has 8 officers using WOLFCOM body cameras and Officer Adam Barnes says these devices have always helped them immeasurably.
According to officer Barnes, the decision to purchase body cameras was “to make sure everything is done the way it should be done every time. It just makes good sense to have them. They’ve always helped us out immeasurably.”Continue reading “University of Arkansas at Monticello P.D. says WOLFCOM Body Cameras Have Helped Them Immeasurably”
FORT RECOVERY, Ohio, October 22, 2019 ─ The Fort Recovery Police Department currently has 4 officers wearing body cameras and Chief of Police Jared Laux says these devices are a beneficial tool.Continue reading “Fort Recovery P.D. Likes the Size and Weight of WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
LINDSAY, Oklahoma, October 22, 2019 ─ The Lindsay Police Department, OK, currently has 10 officers wearing body cameras and Chief Clint Wood he likes the video and audio quality on WOLFCOM body cameras.
When asked if the decision to start a body camera program came from a specific incident or if it was preventive, the Chief said “it was a little bit of both. We had an incident where we would have benefited from the use of body cameras. And then we wanted to also use them for preventive measures also, for the future.”Continue reading “Lindsay Police Department Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
LUCEDALE, Mississippi, October 25, 2019 ─ The George County Sheriff’s Department, MS, currently has 20 body cameras deployed and Deputy Chief Ronnie Castille says WOLFCOM body cameras have helped them with many situations.
“I came from a bigger department where we had body cameras and they didn’t really have any at all when we came here and it was one of the things on our agenda to do when the Sheriff took office, so I did some research and I kinda did a lot of research online and came up with WOLFCOM and decided to give them a shot and see how we go!”Continue reading “George County Sheriff’s Department is Content With WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
CABAZON, California, October 24, 2019 ─ The Morongo Casino Public Safety Department currently has 50 body cameras deployed and Training Corporal Michael Smith, the Emergency Operations Coordinator for Casino Operations, says they are very happy with WOLFCOM.Continue reading “The Morongo Casino Public Safety Department is Very Happy With WOLFCOM Body Cameras”
KENTON, Ohio, October 23, 2019 ─ The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, in Ohio, currently has 25 WOLFCOM body cameras deployed and Sergeant Richard Williams says they were probably one of the first departments in the country to implement these devices. That goes to show how much they value transparency between their officers and the community they serve.Continue reading “Hardin County Sheriff’s Office Uses and Recommends WOLFCOM Body Cameras”