Police Body Camera Testimonials
Find out why everyone loves WOLFCOM Body Cameras
Titus County Sheriff’s Office, TX
“Our police officers like the ease of use of the WOLFCOM VISION police body camera and that you can just put it on easy mode. The WOLFCOM VISION body camera is just easier and more reliable to use overall compared to our previous police body cameras…. The video quality is just as good if not better. Our officers have reacted positively and it’s been great.”- Lt. Michael Garcia
Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, TX
“Our police officers like them…One of the reasons I decided to go with the WOLFCOM VISION cameras was because of its size. We did a lot of research and a lot of the other cameras were big and bulky. I come from a patrol background and I wouldn’t want anything big and bulky that I wouldn’t want to wear out there on patrol. The VISION is small and compact and has all the same functions of the bigger bulky ones.”
“Our police officers also like the rotating swivel lens feature, that’s a big plus... and the metal casing is a good feature. We had another plastic police body camera that we were trying out and it got knocked off and smashed in a struggle with a suspect, so the video was ruined.” -Lt. Robert Hinojosa
La Jolla Tribal Police Department, CA
“I did a lot of research and approached a lot of vendors to compare police body cameras. We wanted something that was inconspicuous and we liked that the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE police body camera also doubled as the microphone that hooked up to your radio,”
“Our police officers picked it up pretty quickly. It’s simple to use. We were very impressed with the quality of the picture and sound that the camera produces. We recently shown them to police officers in other departments and they’re impressed with them too. They liked all the things we liked; its use as a microphone, the clarity of the picture and sound and most of all, the price,” -Chief Ray Otero.
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South Euclid Police Department, OH
These quotes refer to video of a police involved shooting captured by a WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police Body Camera in Night Vision mode. The video cleared the officers of any wrong doing.
"This was one of the most clear cut videos I've ever seen with regards to a police involved shooting. The video was so clear, it couldn't have been any more descriptive if the media was standing directly over the officer’s shoulder shooting it. The camera captured everything, including the suspect saying, "Kill me, kill me!" The way that the officers handled themselves in this situation was textbook and professional from start to finish, as evidenced by the video." - Lt. Jim Wilson.
"With everything that was going on at the time in the news, the riots in Ferguson, I was very thankful that I had the camera on...and I've heard from everyone who saw the video that what we had to do was the right thing. It's [the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE] a great tool... you can see the way it really was in real time." -Officer Steve Wilson.
"The body camera video was critical without a doubt in this situation, especially with what's going on around the country with other police involved deadly force incidents where there is no video evidence. I am afraid to speculate on what may have happened if we didn't have that video of the shooting and it was just the officer's account of what happened that night." -Lt. Jim Wilson.
"The video left no room for doubt as to what happened... words can not express how valuable it is as a tool. That changed my whole thinking on the cameras. Now I have one with me all the time because you never know when you're going to need it. A body camera is an invaluable tool and every officer should have one to protect themselves." -Sgt. Rick Friedl.
"Once the grand jury cleared me of any wrong doing, it was over. The story was only out for a day and it went away. I'm sure if there had been no video or there were lingering questions, we would have been in the news for months. It's also helpful for the public to see it the way we saw it and know that we're there to help them in these life and death situations," said Officer Wilson.
"The fate of an officer involved in a deadly force incident rests in the hands of the grand jury. Without video evidence, they must make their decision based solely upon the officer’s testimony and whatever additional evidence there may be. The fact that there's a video gives the officers peace of mind that the grand jury will see the truth of what actually took place," explained Lt. Wilson
"A properly worn body camera which displays what the officer was experiencing simply takes 90% of the guesswork out of a situation. In today’s society, everyone else has video cameras, cell phones etc. Why shouldn't the police have them as well?...
Whose video would you rather have displayed in court?... Some blurry cell phone video from a bystander that could potentially be altered, or secured video evidence directly from the body of the officers involved? The bottom line is, if an officer is out there doing what they’re supposed to be doing, that camera's only going to help them. If they're not, then shame on them," said Lt. Wilson.
Spanish Fork Police Department, NM
Referring to WOLFCOM VISION video capture of the rescue of baby Lily Grosebeck:
"Having the camera footage is exceptional. I had my camera turned on when we arrived at the scene. Just reviewing the footage, we definitely saw a lot of other things we didn't see at the time. For example, the fisherman helped us turn over the car and we weren't aware of that at the time. There was a lot going on and when you've got that high-intensity situation and you can get tunnel vision and you can miss details."
"It's definitely a good thing for us. It's nice and easy to use and turn on. In situations where your adrenaline is flowing and you get tunnel vision, there's a lot of things you may not remember and having that video to review helps complete the investigation and increases your report accuracy. It's definitely a benefit for daily police work." - Police Officer Jared Warner
"In this case, it was beneficial to have a record of what happened in the rescue. We were also able to show the family exactly what took place. We can also use this and other video footage for training purposes. The video was able to show where the condition and location of the vehicle before it was turned over and it helped greatly in our investigation." - Lt. Cory Slaymaker
Runnels County Sheriff’s Department, TX
“Our department was all in favor of the purchase of the cameras and did extensive comparison and research online. Our officers like the ease of use, HD quality and rotatable camera lens of the WOLFCOM VISION cameras. Some other officers from other departments have seen our videos and said that the quality was real good."
"It's basically a witness. Once you have video that should cover everything, people's stories can change, but the video doesn't." - Deputy Steven Gray
Rupert Police Department, ID
“Our department needed to upgrade our old cameras and we were looking for replacement body cameras that were lighter and easier to take on and off quickly, but were steady enough that they wouldn't be knocked off too easily. We liked the WOLFCOM VISION Body Camera's ease of use and features."
"The cameras are very important. Having video reduces the risk of liability and improves our service to the public, so it's a win-win for everyone. We’re excited to use the new cameras and plan to purchase additional WOLFCOM accessories for the cameras in the future” - Lt. Jeff McEwen
Saguache County Sheriff’s Office, CO
“We considered police body cameras to solve the problem of officers not always being in view of our police car-mounted cameras. The body camera goes where you go. Our officers like the multi-functions; that you can use it to record audio or video."
"It's nice to have when someone levels a complaint because the video makes it easy to resolve the issue and we can prove exactly what happened. One guy came in all fired up over a ticket and was making all kinds of complaints. The video proved that our officer kept his composure and acted professionally.”- Undersheriff James McCloskey.
Pinehurst Police Department, NC
"Our officers didn't want to carry around an extra piece of bulky equipment on their belt. Real Estate on your belt is a premium. This just replaces an item that's already being used, the radio mic. That factor and the ease of use made this choice a no-brainer. "We also liked that you’re able to use the camera to look around corners without exposing the officer to any potential danger is an important feature. Anytime you can improve officer safety in the field, that's a big deal."
“We're glad we found it [WOLFCOM 3RD EYE] because we would have settled for an inferior product. WOLFCOM’s cameras were half the price for twice the features. An easy sell to my board, more value for your money" - Chief Earl Phipps
Azle Police Department, TX
“We conducted an assessment of various cameras. We had some demo cameras sent to us and compared capability and price. Based on those two criteria, WOLFCOM blew away all the competitor's cameras. Our officers like the various functions including the fact that the cameras can be used day and night and do not need ambient light. The infrared is way ahead of several competitors. When we compared the demo cameras, we realized other brands did not have all the capabilities of the WOLFCOM." - Lt. Bill Russell
Brazoria Police Department, TX
“I think body cameras are a lot better than car cameras. With car cameras there’s a risk that the officer can go out of frame, especially if an officer goes into a house for a domestic violence call, a car camera isn’t going to capture that. With body cameras, you see everything. Even when you’re searching a car and find narcotics, the camera captures exactly what the officer sees, so no one can say something was planted.”
“They didn’t think they were going to like them, but they like ‘em now. We’re glad we got them, they back us up. Our officers like the clear HD picture and the clarity of the night vision. It’s great, you see everything really clear, it’s a real good picture. They also like the capability of taking still shots, the recording time and battery life are great and you can use it as a radio mic.” - Sgt. Carlos Garcia
The US National Park Service in Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA
“The previous police body cameras we used were plastic and didn’t last long; they were fragile and had short battery life. The WOLFCOM police body cameras were more durable and cost-effective than any of the other police body cameras we were looking at. I also liked the clarity of the image quality and the simplicity of use. I wanted to get them in the field asap. I like my police officers to wear them on their belts, so size was also a factor.”- Chief John Fish
Perryville Police Department, MO
“We choose the WOLFCOM® 3RD EYE Police Body Cameras after getting a favorable review from another police department that was using them. We were looking at ways to document citizen contact better" - Chief Direk Hunt
Pojoaque Trail Police, NM
“We liked the WOLFCOM’s storage capacity, the audio, video, and picture capability, we liked the clarity of the video quality. We also liked that there are attachments for the camera and we’re planning to purchase those in the future” - Police Chief Frank Rael
Walker County Environmental Crime Unit, TX
“After talking it over with my chief, I bought a first generation VID MIC. When I was ready for a new police body camera, VID MIC was falling apart so I was introduced to the WOLFCOM police body cameras by a park and wildlife unit that was using them. I snatched it up. Immediately I liked the screen on the back, being able to see what I’m recording, also the infrared night vision capability, the fisheye lens, and the quality was better than the one I was using. Also, the activation switch made it super easy to use. With the old one, I was constantly worried if it was on and recording. With the WOLFCOM, you just turn it on and forget about it. I’ve been very satisfied with the camera,” said Knight.
Knight has had and maintained his WOLFCOM 3RD EYE police body camera for four years. The same unit has lasted and continues to operate just fine. “We maintain our police body cameras because we consider them a valuable tool” - Investigator Robert Knight
Biltmore Forest Police Department, NC
“I studied several models of police body cameras and did comparisons and found that the WOLFCOM police body cameras fit us a lot better. In terms of uniform placement, they have a good memory and they’re tough. Police officers are pretty rough with equipment so it’s good to have tough cameras. Also, I liked the different mounting options and rotating lens. I like to wear my camera on my pocket. Other police officers like to keep them on their belt or lapel, so I wanted to make as many officers happy as possible with the mounting options. Also, we liked the police body cameras small size. We looked at some other police body cameras like which look like this huge camera on your chest, it definitely stuck out and you’re carrying enough equipment, so the more compact police body camera was better for us.” - Police Officer Ken Merritt
Hope Mills Police Department, NC
“We were going for small and inexpensive. We had been looking at a few different police body cameras and WOLFCOM’s were smaller than any of the ones we were looking at, and the cost was also a factor” - Captain Mark Philips
Lincoln Police Department, NH
“We looked at a lot of police body cameras and the ones we were considering were too cost prohibitive for a small department like ours. I learned of WOLFCOM when I went to a conference and the guy next to me had a WOLFCOM police body camera, and he told me about it. Then we talked to some other departments who had WOLFCOM police body cameras and they said good things about them.”
“We liked all of the features that the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police Body Camera has and we plan to order some of the WOLFCOM VISIONS for our other officers. We liked that everything is in one piece; we don’t need to carry around a camera, voice recorder and other equipment. We also liked that you can see at night. The video quality is as good or better than most of the other cameras we looked at.”
“We tried them out first by sending them out with officers in the field to test. Overall they were fairly easy to use. They liked it and each officer was able to figure it out by playing with it and testing them out” - Chief Theodore Smith
“One of the features that made the WOLFCOM police body cameras desirable was the combination of radio mic and camera. Combining the two takes up less room” -Officer Michael Stevens
Santa Paula Police Department, CA
“The WOLFCOM VISONS were chosen by the officers themselves after considering, testing and comparing various police body cameras. The WOLFCOM offered the best resolution and battery life and had higher capacity for video storage. There's a positive reaction overall to the cameras from the officers. They find them necessary to assist in everyday functions and they are helpful if there's an issue or complaint against an officer, we can prove what happened. They see it as evidence that they're doing their job correctly" - Officer Chris Thompson
“The WOLFCOM police body cameras are priced well and are of good quality. Our officers like the fact that they’re small. Other body cameras we looked at were big and uncomfortable, but the VISIONS are small and inconspicuous. Cops carry so much gear on them that size of the body camera is a major factor to consider.”
“I’ve been in law enforcement 35 years, all through Rodney King and OJ. Now, we’re at the point where we have to protect ourselves. When I came on, the police officer was always given greater credibility in these situations, but that’s changed. Now with technology and cop-related TV shows that showcase all this high-end technology, there is a high level of expectation that every department should have video, and if you don’t there’s some suspicion by the public as to why not?” said McLean.
“At first I wasn’t a fan of the idea of police body cameras, there were a lot of concerns from officers about using them and even public concerns about privacy and fourth amendment rights. Ferguson is what really did it for me and most other law enforcement officials to convince us that they are necessary… now the only concern is “what are the guidelines?” said McLean.
“Now I think we really need them to protect ourselves from false allegations. In the next ten years, I can’t imagine a police department not having body cameras. I can’t imagine why a chief wouldn’t get these cameras for their department. It’s still a work in progress and we’re still trying to figure out policy questions, but they’re an important part of our equipment now.” - Chief Steven McLean
Eagle Point Police Department, OR
“I saw police body cameras as having value for what we do. We researched four of the top police body cameras on the market and came up with WOLFCOM as the body camera that fit our departments needs best.”
“I liked the wide-angle view and clear pictures that the camera produces. The video is very clear and the audio is good. It’s also easy to download into our system. We’ve also had great customer service, we had a few that needed to be repaired and they were serviced and returned right away.”
“Our officers really like them and there’s been no resistance to using them. We like that the VISION camera, when you turn it on it vibrates to let you know its working and recording. Also, the night vision on the 3RD EYE works well, we like that feature” - Chief Vern Thompson
Denton County Police Department Precinct #5, TX
“We’ve been satisfied with the WOLFCOM police body cameras. They are nice and compact and take great video, so they worked out very well. Our police officers like the on button with vibration. With the old Vidmics it was hard to tell if it was on or not, but our officers like that when you turn the WOLFCOM on, there is a vibration to let you know it is working. They also like its small size. It’s not this big piece of equipment on your chest, and that you can adapt it to wear it in many different ways” - Deputy Troy Nivens
Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office
“One of the main reasons we upgraded to WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police body cameras is for the night vision capability. Body cameras are pointless unless you can see at night and in low light since a lot of incidents take place at night. Being able to record in these conditions is mandatory otherwise you might as well walk around with just an audio voice recorder. The night vision on the WOLFCOM camera is very good. We’re also impressed with the cameras picture quality compared to previous police body cameras we’ve used. Outstanding video. Night and day literally. It’s a good camera, well made” - Lt. Taylor Marlow
Louisa Police Department, KY
"After reviewing several different police body cameras, we decided that WOLFCOM had the best quality police body cameras for the most reasonable price. The WOLFCOM 3RD EYE is awesome, it does everything you need and it even has a radio mic in it. The VISIONS are great during the day but don’t have the same night vision capabilities. I wish I had ordered more 3RD EYES” - Chief Greg Fugitt
Daleville Police Department, IN
“We liked the video quality of the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE, it’s so clear. The audio is great too. We also liked that we could use the camera as our shoulder mics. It helps out a lot so you’re not carrying all this extra gear and cords and stuff hanging out all over you.”
“The body cameras have helped out a lot with our domestic cases and recently they helped with the first homicide case we’ve had in 20 years. Our officers pulled up to the scene and caught the suspect stabbing the victim and they caught it all on police body camera and that’s going to be used in the case” - Chief James King
Jamestown Police Department, KY
“We’re a small department, so we got together and did some comparisons between a few different police body cameras… everyone looked at the specs for each body camera and a majority of us decided we liked WOLFCOM best. Its small compact size was one of the major features we liked. When you’re carrying all this police equipment on you, it’s all about space. We also liked that it had pre-record and could take still pictures.”
“Our officers were able to learn how to use them quickly. They work great, the video is great. We had the capability to record interviews before but this is so much more convenient to be able to record with the body camera and not to have to set up the video camera” said Kerns.
“The WOLFCOM VISION police body cameras have been effective in a recent major juvenile rape case where two of the cameras were used to interview the suspect. Since we got them, this interview is the first serious crime where we’ve used body camera footage. The video quality is great and the cameras are proving to be very useful in this case” - Sgt. Jeff Kerns
Fremont St. Vegas Experience Security, NV
“The VISION Body Cameras are light-weight and go on our uniforms well. They keep our officers in check. It also helps with guests. It’s just a tool that helps with our everyday work and we plan to get more of them in the future. We looked at other model police body cameras, but we picked the WOLFCOM VISION because it is very user-friendly and you can’t go wrong” - Robert Gallego, Director of Security
Breckenridge Police Department, TX
“We’ve had body cameras for years, but they were the cheap ones. We needed to upgrade. Some of our officers had purchased WOLFCOM police body cameras on their own, so we knew of them, but those were the ones with the microphone [WOLFCOM 3RD EYES] and they don’t manufacture the right cable for it to work with our radios, so we went with the VISIONS.”
“The WOLFCOM video quality is in hi-def and is much clearer than the previous body cameras we were using. Our police officers like that the WOLFCOM police body cameras vibrate when you start recording so you know they’re on and working. The previous cameras couldn’t stand up to the rough treatment our officers put them through and they were constantly breaking. So far, the WOLFCOM cameras are working out, so far so good” - Chief Larry Mahan
Solano Community College Police Department, CA
“I was familiar with WOLFCOM because we had previously tested the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE camera but ultimately didn't like the placement of that unit on our uniforms. So I looked at the Vision and liked the pre-record capability and the ability to angle the lens all made sense.
“My deputies like all the features; the vibration that lets you know it's turned on and rolling, they don't have to worry about their camera accidentally turning on like with ViVue. They like the pre-record, and the video and audio quality are also excellent. The deputies and officers assigned to the college were excited to get the WOLFCOM and have embraced the fact that they have become part of their uniform."
“When you compare $900 each for the Vivue cameras vs. the $280 each for the WOLFCOM Vision cameras, economically it just makes sense. WOLFCOM is so much more versatile. In my opinion, everything about it is better than other cameras I’ve seen” - Chief Eric Thelen
Warrior Police Department, AL
"I looked on the internet and read about WOLFCOM's police body cameras and liked the way they worked and were designed. I liked the size of the body camera, and the way it attached to the uniform and that it had a rotating lens so you could put it in different places on your uniform. Everyone likes the fact that they're fairly easy to download and they're versatility, that you're able to move them around and adjust them on your uniform, and the video is great. The quality of the video and audio is really good" - Lt. Cory Archer
Dumas Police Department, TX
“I talked to other departments about the cameras they used and got quotes from different companies. Basically what it came down to was that the WOLFCOM body cameras give you more bang for your buck. Aside from the price, the size and ease of use were factors that made the WOLFCOM VISION cameras stick out, also the rotating camera lens that allows our officers to configure and adjust the camera to their body types and the video quality is excellent" - Sgt. Nick Jordan
Mississippi County Sheriff’s Department, AR
“I was driving down a two-lane road and saw a car coming at me head on driving on the wrong side of the road. I swerved into the ditch and hit a telephone pole right at about 40 miles per hour… and my camera and my name badge broke off and flew right out the open window on impact. It landed about 15-20 feet outside the car… It [the body camera] must have hit the ground just right, so it turned on… the first images when I played it back are of it looking at a patch of grass, then you see me come over and pick it up a few minutes later, and it recorded for about an hour after that”.
“I was fine, a little sore, but OK. The camera just got one little dent on the front face of it. I scratched up the telephone pole a bit and took out a phone box. The car was totaled” said Stracener.
“I purchased my WOLFCOM VISION Police Body Camera to try it out for my department. It works pretty good so far. I’m 6”1’ and I was wearing it on my shoulder and it was constantly looking at the sky, so I started clipping it on my chest. I like the e-z mode, where you just touch one button to turn it on." And now Deputy Stracener likes the cameras durability, too. “So far, so good” said Stracener.
Brantley Police Department, AL
"One of the things we liked immediately was that the camera doubled as a lapel microphone for our radios. We also liked that for less money, you could get a better camera with 1080P quality and more features and options then the other cameras we were looking at in the same price range. We also liked the 3RD EYE's night vision capability" said Morgan.
"We depend on our equipment a lot, the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE body cameras have been absolutely helpful in the field. We use them in everything we do. They're especially helpful in domestic cases and traffic stops. We use the night vision a lot too, it really works well" said Morgan. "Everyone likes them and finds them easy to use and figure out. We like all the features" - Assistant Chief Drew Morgan
Newport Police Department, AR
“We were happy with the price. WOLFCOM had much better prices then some of the other police body cameras we looked at. We also reached out to other police departments in the area that use body cameras and got feedback from them. WOLFCOM cameras got very good recommendations from the departments that used them. We also weighed the size of the cameras and watched sample videos to see the quality of the video the cameras produce. We were happy with the quality and size of the WOLFCOM VISION. Also, the WOLFCOM police body cameras received positive reviews and references” - Lt. Patrick Weatherford
Dickson Police Department, TN
“With the other cameras, we had difficulty figuring out how to use them. Sometimes, the officers would think they were turned off and they weren’t. You don’t have to read a manual to figure out how to use the WOLFCOM VISION. You can basically pick it up and start recording right away. It was easy to get the software and cameras set up and running,”
“It’s small and durable because of that aluminum casing. I already dropped mine and it works fine, no damage. I also liked that you can rotate the lens up and down so the officers can adjust it based on their height. It picks up good audio and there’s easy to understand software. I also like that no one can access the camera without the software so it’s secure out of the box. We had our guys try to access the camera on their computers without the software and it won’t work, so it’s good that they’re secure. Our patrol officers like that the body cameras are lightweight and easy to operate. The video is perfect, even with the still pictures, the quality is very good and the storage data capacity is great” - Lt. Todd Christian
Fyffe Police Department, AL
“I studied different body camera models for about five months before deciding on the VISION. I was mainly concerned with price and what the body camera had to offer. The WOLFCOM VISION body camera offered the best fit for our department. I liked the size of the body camera and the simplicity of use, that you just flip one switch to turn on and that you can tell it’s on and working right away. I also like that you can use it as a car dash cam. It’s simple to use. So far everything seems to be working fine, the video and picture quality is very good. I’ve gotten only good feedback so far” - Chief Dale Manning
Corrales Police Department, NM
“We did a lot of research, talked to neighboring departments, studied police body cameras on the internet and talked with different body camera manufacturers. In addition to the cost and durability of the VISION body camera, we found WOLFCOM really easy to deal with and very competitive”.
“The combination of versatility, ease of use and durability puts the VISION in a class by itself. The swivel lens makes it really easy to use as a combination car camera and body camera, which saves our department about five thousand dollars per car from having to put in dash cams. The cost of the cameras is reasonable, also the availability of the online training videos is a huge plus. Our officers can just go online anytime and learn how to use the features by watching the training videos, much better than just sending a user’s manual” - Chief Victor Mangiacapra
San Luis Police Department, AZ
“Half the officers wear it on their lapel, the other half wear it on their uniform in the middle of their chest, by their shirt buttons. The video and picture quality is awesome, the officers had no issues on learning how to use them. Most of them are using them for taking still photos at crime scenes. They really like that they can do that [take still photos] in addition to the video. Also, they like to use the flashlight LED feature on the night shift” - Sgt. Joel Sauceda
Moraine Valley Police Department, IL
“It was the best bang for your buck. We wanted a second generation body camera with pre-record capability, HD quality video at the right price, so it was a combination of factors that made us choose the WOLFCOM VISION body cameras. We like the video and audio quality. We like the light weight of the camera, size, and weight as minimal as possible in a unit that seems to be solidly built. Also, the adjustable lens is a great feature. The rotating lens provides more positions for wearing the camera on your uniform. We have different sized officers and this feature allows officers to adjust them to get the best camera angle for their body shape and size. That feature will hopefully work out well for us” - Lt. Mark Wilkans
Pawnee Police Department, OK
“The main feature we liked is the body cameras’ portability. It can be clipped on your shirt, epaulet, belt, almost anywhere on your uniform and the lens can swivel and you can even clip it to your visor to make it a car camera. We’ve been using them for about a week and we’re enjoying them. They take good video and audio and also they take good still pictures, our officers appreciate that feature. You can take pictures with them on the spot without having to run back to your car and get a digital camera. The HD video quality is great, just as good as GO PRO. I’ve used mine already on a few domestic calls, vehicle stops and even a narcotics investigation where I needed it to affirm what happened. Body cameras are almost a must in today’s world and these VISIONS work great” - Assistant Chief Wesley Clymer
Major County Sheriff’s Office, Ok
"We liked that they are small, lightweight and have a rotatable lens so you can adjust it for the best angle. We also liked that it has a built-in flashlight and you can take still pictures with them. You can do everything with the WOLFCOM VISION body cameras” - Under Sheriff Darin Reams