STRATFOREl Dorado, KS The El Dorado P.D. has made the decision to equip officers with PatrolEyes MAX body cameras. El Dorado is located in south-central Kansas, resting along the banks of the Walnut River. The department serves roughly 13,000 residents with a department size of nearly 30 officers.
Deputy Chief Chad Young expressed that the decision for MAX cameras was made after a discussion with a PatrolEyes representative regarding specific department needs. Young stated his hope was for “a financially effective solution to help the city maintain it’s equipment needs, while still providing safe and effective enforcement duties”. Read More
STRATFORD, Okla. — The Stratford Police Department has made the decision to equip officers with PatrolEyes MAX body cameras. The Oklahoma department had been researching potential body camera systems, when it found the PatrolEyes solution.
Chief Adam McMillen stated that two features in particular influenced the choice of PatrolEyes MAXcameras. The first of those being the camera’s pre-recording capability. MAX has the ability to begin recording 30 seconds prior to the record button actually being pressed. This specific feature provides insurance that every critical detail will be captured by the camera. Every moment is also in frame and in focus, with the 140-degree wide angle lens. Read More
BIG LAKE, TX — The Reagan County Sheriff's Office has made the decision to equip officers with PatrolEyes MAX body cameras. The department stated that it had purchased another brand of body camera which resulted in having major issues with those cameras. With their former retailer now out of business, Reagan County began looking for options to replace their broken cameras.Read More
ADA, Mich. — PatrolEyes, manufacturer of body cameras, has introduced Patroleyes Automatic Video Redaction Software (AVRS). With a simple to use web interface and automatic face detection it is the easiest for new users to learn and works with any body camera footage, including non PatrolEyes models.Read More
The 2K resolution MAX body camera is one of the highest resolution cameras by PatrolEyes; who specializes in body worn cameras built specifically for law enforcement. More pixels per inch create crystal clear HD video evidence and high frame rate settings capture every second. The 32 megapixel camera more than exceeds expectations by taking high detailed photos in snapshot mode, burst mode or while recording video. Every moment will be in frame and in focus, with a 140 degree wide angle lens. MAX’s EIS (Advanced Image Stabilization) assists the device in maintaining steady shots especially when users are in movement such as foot pursuit.Read More
ADA, Mich. — Law Enforcement can now step beyond the daunting question of cost effective, safe and secure management of vast amounts of priceless evidence. The PatrolEyes Digital Evidence Management Software (PDEMS) is the answer to a complete and simple solution to asset management.Read More
TAYLORSVILLE, N.C. — The Taylorsville P.D. has made the decision to equip officers with SC-DV5 body cameras. Many factors influenced the choice to go with PatrolEyes, among them was the ability to implement an affordable body camera plan. With a smaller department, the Taylorsville Police Department faced cost constraints, as with most small agencies. Chief Dennis James stated that the department had been using Taser brand cameras in the past, but due to the large costs associated they have since switched to PatrolEyes cameras without sacrificing key features or quality. Chief James mentioned that in his opinion the PatrolEyes SC-DV5 has provided better image quality and an overall superior “ease of use”.Read More
ADA, Mich. — PatrolEyes is excited to launch the revolutionary new SC-DV10 WIFI police body camera. Advancements and innovation have catapulted this model to be the lightest and most durable body worn camera built specifically for law enforcement today. Enhanced 1296p super HD video resolution allows the SC-DV10 WIFI to capture every critical detail, while WDR (wide dynamic range) further increases the quality of detail day or night. Thousands of high quality images can be captured with it’s 32 megapixel camera and the the ability to snap still images during recording. Spectacular night vision infrared options can automatically give a clear view in any environment at distances up to 32ft. The PatrolEyes SC-DV10 WIFI can be counted on to provide optimal coverage with a 140 degree lens field of view.Read More
Patroleyes has introduced the new HD Ultra SC-DV7 body camera, their next generation body worn ca mera built specifically for law enforcement.The PatrolEyes HD Ultra boasts a 170 degree field of view with a super wide angle lens producing enhanced capture of every detail. The camera records in resolution up to 1296p HD, as well as 1080p and 720p with multiple frame rates up to 60fps. The HD Ultra features a 32 megapixel camera and is one of the smallest and lightest weight body cameras weighing in at just 4.5 ounces. Effortless recording can begin with the press of a single button, even when the camera is turned off. Pre and post event recording allow you to shoot video up to 1 minute prior or 10 seconds after the point when you press record, so no action is ever missed. Read More
TULIA, Texas — Swisher County Sheriff’s Department located in Tulia, Texas has chosen to equip deputies with PatrolEyes Elite SC-DV6 body cameras after testing several body cameras.
Chief Deputy, Brandon Franco of the department cites several reasons in the decision for choosing the PatrolEyes Elite SC-DV6 body camera. Among those reasons that influenced the decision was the large illuminated record button placed directly on the front of the device, Franco stated. “The reason we decided to go with the PatrolEyes SC-DV6 instead of the other models was the accessibility to the record button and the visual of the red light showing that it was recording.Read More
Ada, Michigan -- Patroleyes has introduced the new HD Ultra SC-DV7 body camera, their next generation body worn ca mera built specifically for law enforcement.
The PatrolEyes HD Ultra boasts a 170 degree field of view with a super wide angle lens producing enhanced capture of every detail.Read More
DENVER -- If your local police department doesn't already have body cameras, chances are they are coming soon.
However, police aren't the only public workers wearing them.
Animal inspectors with the Colorado Department of Agriculture started using the technology in May after seeing the benefits during a pilot program that began in January.Read More
Jasper, Florida Jasper Police Department located in Hamilton County, Florida has chosen to outfit officers with PatrolEyes SC–DV6 body cameras. The department set in the North Florida lowlands has seven full time officers and serves a population of roughly three thousand people.
Jasper Officer Chris McGauley has mentioned a few reasons in the choice for the new PatrolEyes SC–DV6 body cameras. Among those reasons is the superb video quality of the device in any environment, day or night. "It has great night vision" said McGauley. "It helps us to keep both of our hands free, and we don't have to hold a flashlight for the camera to pick the light for us to see the video." Officer McGauley also mentioned that the device is very easy to use. “We have tried 3–4 other cameras and this is the best by far. We are well pleased by what we have seen so far.” said McGauley.Read More
Sewanee, Tennessee Sewanee Police Department located in Franklin County, Tennessee has chosen to outfit officers with PatrolEyes SC–DV6 body cameras. Sewanee lies on the western edge of the Cumberland Plateau in the southeastern part of Middle Tennessee, best known as the home of The University of the South.Private Investigator, Christopher Layne of the Sewanee Police Department has cited several reasons in the decision for the new PatrolEyes SC–DV6 body camera. Among those reasons that influenced the decision was the large record button placed directly on the front of the device. Layne stated "The large record button makes it easier for officers to record incidents while in a rush, or while wearing gloves in cold weather." Read More
Washington, PA Washington & Jefferson College have purchased the PatrolEyes SCDV1 HD body cameras.
Washington & Jefferson Campus and Public Safety Sergeant, Michael S. Muehlbauer stated "We chose the PatrolEyes SCDV1 based upon features and benefits including price comparison, large display screen, internal 32GB and external storage options, preevent recording, long battery life, docking station and management software." It was also mentioned that "Patroleyes' friendly and helpful sales staff" assisted in the process of the purchase. Washington & Jefferson Sergeant, Muehlbauer also mentioned that no grant money was used in the purchase of the cameras.Read More
Ada, Michigan - PatrolEyes has unveiled the brand’s new HD Elite body camera, their most advanced body worn camera specifically designed for law enforcement.
The PatrolEyes HD Elite truly shines above the rest in the functions and features department. Image quality is top notch with this model which boasts a 23 megapixel camera, 145° field of view and the ability to shoot in crystal clear 1080P and 720P at 60 frames per second. Preevent recording allow the device to capture video 30 seconds or more prior to the point at which the user actually presses record, assuring no crucial moments are ever missed. Recording begins quick and easy with the press of a single button, and the auto night vision option allows you to record in any environment day or night!Read More
The St. Croix Tribal Police Department Located in Webster, Wisconsin has made the decision to outfit their officers with PatrolEyes SCDV5 body cameras. Many factors went into the purchase decision, among them being able to implement an affordable body camera plan. With a smaller department size typically ranging between 10 and 20 officers, the St. Croix Tribal Police Department faced budget constraints, as with most small agencies. A second factor mentioned by the department was the ability to have a camera system that is not dependent on specific software or a separate server. Thirdly, the department mentioned the DV5 's appealing plug & play functionality to view, save and record video and photos. It was also stated that specific state and tribal grant funds aided in body camera purchase.Read More
Geneva, AL The Geneva County Sheriff’s Department has purchased PatrolEyes SCDV1 HD body cameras.
Geneva County is a rural community located in the southeastern part of Alabama, with a population of approximately 30,000. Geneva County Sheriff, Tony Helms stated that there will be “no grant money used tor the purchase of the cameras.” It was also stated that “ease of use and device features” were reasons behind choosing the PatrolEyes devices. A recent post on the department’s Facebook page informed the community of the cameras stating “ The Geneva County Sheriff's Office has implemented the use of body cameras with all of the deputies this week. Be aware that if you have an encounter with one of our deputies you may be recorded.”Read More
Ada, Michigan Versatility. It’s the single word best used to describe this new model in the growing line of PatrolEyes body cameras. PatrolEyes has launched the SCDV5 HD Auto Infrared GPS Body Camera to stay at the forefront in the growing field of body worn technology.Read More
The PatrolEyes HD 1080P auto infrared body camera with DVR is a great solution for law enforcement. The SC-DVAI wide angle lens and one touch recording option can detect whether it is day or night and will record accordingly. In low light or pitch black conditions the infrareds will automatically be enabled and record in black and white video, while day time video is recorded in color.
The SC-DVAI is capable of 1080P recording while simultaneously offering multiple recording modes. This DVR system provides all the traditional functionality one might expect from a body camera DVR while delivering tremendous video resolution, excellent battery life and features that will allow any user to capture all that they may need. With the built in IR LEDs you can see up to 24ft in pitch black conditions!Read More
Walnut, IL The Walnut Police Department has purchased PatrolEyes HD body cameras.
Walnut Police Chief, Glenn Lawson stated “ We chose PatrolEyes based upon price comparisons, software availability and the ability to use as an incar and onofficer camera. This eliminates the current expensive software upgrade for our incar video system. Overall design and functionality of the body camera along with total purchase cost were major factors as well.”Read More
The Seguin, Texas region has a history of experiencing drought, tornadoes, thunderstorms, and hurricanes. In addition, some areas are particularly susceptible to flash flooding. While their biggest potential threat is a natural disaster, the county continues to grow, thus does the possibility of a man made hazardous event. While the timing and intensity of these events can never be exactly predicted, the county is always prepared in advance to lessen the impact.Read More
The PatrolEyes Mini Infrared Body Camera is as small as they get and records great audio and video! This camera offers full HD 1080p resolution video at 30fps! The SC-IRM is about the size of an AA battery and comes in a heavy duty metal alloy shell. Included are a host of accessories including removable pocket/vest alligator clip, strap, belt mount, dash mount, stand mount, and USB cable for charging.
PatrolEyes has been featured in the September issue of Law Enforcement Product News on page 26.Read More
The Warrenton Police Department recently implemented the next generation of body-worn cameras for use by officers.
Body cameras are not new to the Warrenton Police Department. The WPD first began using the cameras over three years ago under a generous grant from the Virginia Municipal League, which outfitted each officer with a camera.Read More
Chicago, IL - The news piece broadcast on August 12, 2015 features Lynwood, Illinois police using their PatrolEyes HD SCDV1 body camera model. The story centers around a new Illinois law that sets standards on how police departments use body cameras and when the public can see those recordings.
ABC7 News reported that Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed into law wideranging law enforcement rules for police body cameras, biasfree policing and more data collection on arrests.Read More
CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new Illinois law sets standards on how police departments use body cameras and when the public can see those recordings.
Deadly confrontations involving police officers have spurred calls for police body cameras across the country. On Wednesday, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed into law wide-ranging law enforcement rules for police body cameras, bias-free policing and more data collection on arrests. The new law doesn't mandate body cameras, but does specify how they should be worn, when they have to be turned on and how long recorded videos should be kept.Read More
Ada, Michigan -The new SCIRM Mini Infrared Body Camera from PatrolEyes is designed to allow law enforcement officers to capture valuable evidence in a compact, convenient and reliable method. It's about the size of an AA battery, housed in a durable metal alloy shell and features night vision recording that will capture clear audio and video, no matter the environment. It is easily mounted in multiple locations including uniform and magnetic vehicle dashboard mount. “We’ve seen a demand in smaller body cameras with night vision, so we developed the SCIRM based on these requests. The smaller, lighter weight cameras have always been popular, but the quality of the video and battery life was subpar. The SCIRM has the three most requested features, voice, photo, and voice activation mode, which will meet the needs of many departments and security personnel”, states Mike Gramza, CEO.Read More
Ada, Michigan - StuntCams has a new addition to their PatrolEyes family of quality body cameras. The SCDVAI 1080p Auto Infrared Body Camera DVR camera / DVR combo is by far one of the most intelligent devices released to date that records the highest quality footage day or night. With features including: one touch recording, auto night vision, preevent recording, loop recording, swappable camera heads and 4 hour swappable battery. “The SCDVAI is a great option for officers or security officials looking for the highest quality audio and videos. The camera is the lightest weight option on the market and the quality is remarkable.” states Mike Gramza (CEO).Read More
Florence, AL One Place Of The Shoals, Inc. located in Florence, Alabama is a collaborative effort to provide services to victims of domestic violence, adult rape and sexual assault, child sexual and physical abuse, and elder abuse in one location. One Place of the Shoals, Inc . uses the Family Justice Center model, providing one place for victims to talk to an advocate, plan for their safety, have forensic evidence collected, interview with law enforcement, meet with a lawyer, receive information on shelter, and get help with transportation.Read More
What an outstanding piece of equipment, my officers are so impressed with the cam they don’t want to turn it over to each other. The cam is just perfect for their traffic stops and other calls they respond to. I am currently talking to the mayor about purchasing more. - Mike Contant, Chief of Police, Mitchell NERead More
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Eunice, NM Eunice Police Department has recently purchased 8 PatrolEyes HD body cameras. Eunice P.D. in Lee County, New Mexico serves a population of 3,000 people with 8 officers. Eunice Police Department is described as a progressive agency, dedicated to build a positive relationship and safe environment in their community.Full Story
Eutaw, AL The Eutaw Police Department has recently purchased PatrolEyes HD body cameras for patrol duties. A growing trend shows many officers are deciding to purchase affordable recording devices on their own. Some officers across the country have opposed body cameras, saying it may subject them to unreasonable monitoring.Full Story
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The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is seeking applications for the FY 2015 Body-Worn Camera Partnership Program. This program furthers the Department’s mission by supporting the safe and fair administration of justice.View Details and View Fact Sheet
Selma, AL - The Selma Police Department has recently purchased 55 PatrolEyes HD body cameras. Selma Police Chief, William T. Riley III believes that every law enforcement agency in the country should have some sort of recording device. "Everything goes back to making sure the police are doing what they're supposed to be doing and show what exactly the public is doing,” Riley said.Full Story
Monticello, AR - The Monticello City Council voted to allow the city to accept two grants for their 2015 budget, one of the grants coming from the United States Department Of Justice. According to sources, Monticello Police Department is one of the 1,100 selected local governments to receive the Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant for $4,200. The grant requires no match from the city, but must be used to purchase some type of technology for the department.Full Story