Whether it’s for a routine traffic stop or an intense arrest, more and more law enforcement officers are using body-worn cameras out in the field.
Taser recently released its Axon Flex on-officer video camera that uses a breakthrough point-of-view video system that improves transparency between law enforcement agencies and their communities, while protecting officers from false claims.
Thousands of law enforcement officers’ feedback developed Axon Flex, making it the most customer-driven officer worn camera solution ever produced.
There’s no one-size-fits all for law enforcement, so Taser created a multitude of flexible mounting options to meet each agency’s specific needs. Officers can mount Axon Flex on their eyewear, ball cap, collar, helmet, epaulette, body or simply on the dash of the cruiser.
With Axon Flex, the agency chooses what to do with the data. Agencies can download the files locally to their own data storage system or upload to Evidence.com, Taser’s hosted digital evidence management solution. With Evidence.com, agencies can easily store, retrieve and share their digital evidence all from one secure location.
For more information on the Axon Flex on-officer video camera and other products from Taser, please visit Taser.com.
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