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Los Angeles Police Department to Become Largest Force With Officers Wearing Body Cameras

Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a $69.6 million plan that will equip 7,000 Los Angeles Police Department officers with body cameras, becoming the largest force to be strapped with body cameras.


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The lighting products offered by NuOptic feature the patent pending Varifocal Illumination System (VIS) technology. This technology provides the user powerful advantages over competitors’ more traditional products. All VIS illuminators incorporate continuously variable field of illumination angle over a very wide range and are motorized for both remote and local control. Further, the VIS optical design enables an unmatched product size benefit to NuOptic’s hybrid products. This paper fully explains these features and contrasts them with competitive products. May 05, 2016

Vicon Industries showed off its line of video surveillance products in this video demonstration for SSI. Stephen Sellner · May 05, 2016

A new program in Washington, D.C. will provide rebates to home and business owners to help them purchase video surveillance cameras in exchange for registering them with the District. Stephen Sellner · May 03, 2016

The facial recognition market is expected to nearly triple by 2022, according to a new market research report. Increased investment in security systems is driving the market growth. SSI Staff · May 03, 2016

Catch all of the highlights caught on video surveillance in the past week, including an 18-year-old caught in a big lie with his mother involving a mysterious woman leaving their house. Stephen Sellner · April 29, 2016

In order to increase video surveillance of police officers in the field, all METRO police officers in Houston will be equipped with body cameras after the board unanimously approved the plan on Thursday. Stephen Sellner · April 29, 2016

The integration firm expands commercial video offerings to include remote access for law enforcement. SSI Staff · April 29, 2016

When does security go too far? Some are outraged over the use of video surveillance cameras inside the bathrooms of the Central Library in downtown Minneapolis. Stephen Sellner · April 28, 2016

When does home surveillance go too far? Learn how one New York home is pointing its security camera directly at the swing-set in their neighbor's backyard. Stephen Sellner · April 27, 2016

Looking to learn more about IP video surveillance? Register now for SSI's free webinar, which will start Thursday, April 28 at 2 p.m. ET. Stephen Sellner · April 26, 2016




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