Big changes for Taser: the company has officially changed its name to Axon and is now offering a free body camera to every police officer in the U.S. for a year.
Body cam footage of an intense shootout between Cincinnati Police and an armed suspect has been released to the public.
Taser has announced its new Axon Signal Sidearm, a sensor that activates police body cameras when a gun is drawn from the holster.
Graphic body cam footage of an officer-involved shooting has been released by the Baltimore Police Department.
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has struck a deal with the city's largest police union to outfit all patrol officers with body cameras by the end of 2019.
London's Metropolitan Police Service has started a massive deployment of police body cameras to thousands of its officers.
State laws requiring that body camera videos be stored for a longer period of time have drastically increased costs for multiple police departments.
Boston Police officials will mandatorily make 100 officers where body cameras during a six-month pilot program after zero volunteers came forward.
The LE920 Body-Worn Camera from VizuCop features a 1080P resolution at 30 frames per second and smart infrared for recording at night and in dark areas.
The Tuscon Police Department has released body camera footage from March 15 when officers shot an armed suspect during a standoff.
Officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department shot murder suspect James Simpson, but lost K9 Nicky during the standoff.
A body camera video from the New Orleans Police Department shows officers interacting with a suspect before being fire upon and returning fire.