At a time when the interactions between citizens of color and law enforcement officers are being assessed, debated and brainstormed at a near-constant pace, a new generation of digital recording by the BodyWorn company may add clarity to the scrutiny and offer another layer of safety to the streets.Read More
A smart phone-connected camera lens peeks out from a large button-size hole in the front of her shirt. She taps a gadget strapped to her wrist and an electronic voice announces the device is recording.Read More
Utility Inc.'s intuitive in-car video system, the Rocket IoT XLE™, continues to provide police departments with CJIS-compliant security and reliable FirstNet coverage.Read More
Automated recording helps officers maintain focus during incidents where shots are fired.Read More
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The Milton City Council has approved spending $267,840 to purchase and install in-car and body-worn cameras for the police department.Read More
Milton City Council has approved a quarter-million-dollar contract to outfit its police force with body cameras.Read More
Mt. Juliet Police will see a department-wide rollout of body cameras Tuesday. Officers are expected to undergo training this week and start using the devices while on patrol.Read More
Body cameras are now heading to the North Las Vegas Police Department, more than 200 of them.Read More
Body camera video captured the moment a Marietta police officer saved a father who was shot and left to die in a parking lot outside his apartment.Read More
The Chesterton Town Council has approved the purchase of a body and in-car camera system for use by CPD officers.Read More
The department announced Monday that they reached a contract with Utility Associates, Inc. to replace all dash cameras in patrol cars, equip officers with body cameras, and create a digital evidence management system.Read More
Over 50 new law enforcement agencies in 2018 have entrusted their body camera and in-car video and communications needs with BodyWorn™ by UtilityRead More
We were thrilled and honored to have American Hero, Mark Geist in our booth at #IACP2018. Pictured here with Utility, Inc.'s President and CEO, Ted Davis.
Thank you, Mark "Oz" Geist, for your bravery, courage and service as a former Marine and as a member of the Annex Security Team who fought the Battle of Benghazi.Read More
BODY cameras and car cameras now in use by the Quincy Police Department are a technological leap forward that will protect the police and the public.Read More
Two Leading Tech-Based Companies Provide Law Enforcement With Smart Patrolling Solutions Powered by Artificial IntelligenceRead More
On August 13th, our BodyWorn technology helped Henderson (NV) police identify
and capture a suspect who fled the scene of an officer involved shooting.
After more then two years of testing four different options, The Torrance CA Police Department chose the BodyWorn and RocketIoT ICV /communications solution to meet their agency's needs.Read More
The Henderson Police Department is partnering with Utility Incorporated to add a tool the department and the company say improves upon traditional body cameras.
"Traditionally they've been manual on off in nature, magnetically mounted or clipped to the outside of the uniform, which is rife with issue,” said Chris Lindenau with Utility Incorporated. “The types of circumstances when officers are least equipped to find the manual on off button to their camera are those same circumstances when agencies are expecting, and the public is expecting, to have video."
The technology automatically activates officers' body cameras when they withdraw and re-holster their guns. The cameras are also activated when the system detects the sound of officers firing, or when they're fired upon.Read More