A study by a USC professor refutes the assumption that law enforcement officers are less likely to use excessive force if they’re being recorded.
SSI Staff · March 08, 2016
Effective Sept. 1, more than 70 Dallas police officers will be equipped with body cameras, which will record most officers’ interactions with people.
SSI Staff · September 01, 2015
Video surveillance cameras have helped police in Albuquerque, N.M., Bountiful, Utah, and Miami arrest several individuals suspected of serial burglaries.
SSI Staff · May 26, 2015
The New York Police Department’s new Crime Stoppers van has video screens built into the sides of it to alert citizens of crimes in the area.
SSI Staff · May 21, 2015
Dubai authorities are plan to introduce interactive patrolling robots that will monitor malls and other public areas within the next two years.
SSI Staff · May 07, 2015
NYPD Narcotics Detective Ian Cyrus has been suspended after video surveillance footage showed him pocketing nearly $3,000 from a cash register during a raid on a Brooklyn deli.
SSI Staff · April 13, 2015
A report developed by the San Diego Police Department for the City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee revealed that the use of body cameras by police officers has led to fewer complaints by residents since the city’s experiment that tested the equipment.
SSI Staff · March 26, 2015
The Detroit Police Department want to merge private and public security camera feeds, anticipating that it will help officers respond to crimes faster.
SSI Staff · February 12, 2015
The Security Industry Association and the International Association of Police Chiefs have awarded the Houston Police Department and the Greater Houston Retailers Association with the 2014 Michael Shanahan Award for helping to reduce violent crime at convenience stores in the city.
SSI Staff · October 28, 2014
A media tour presented by ASIS Int’l examined security/life-safety risks and solutions at major Atlanta locales and operations including the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, MARTA, Delta and the police department’s Video Integration Center.
Arlen Schweiger · September 26, 2014