Viridian Webinar on FACT Duty
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Viridian Weapon Technologies just announced a free webinar for law enforcement personnel Thursday, June 20 at 10 AM CDT. The webinar covers why more than 500 police departments across the country have implemented the company’s FACT Duty Weapon-Mounted Camera (WMC).

The company says the webinar is free. Those interested in participating and learning more can sign up HERE.

Viridian FACT Duty Webinar

“This webinar is a unique opportunity to learn more about the WMC and find out why over 500 departments are putting the device to use in the field,” said Viridian President and CEO Brian Hedeen. “The FACT Duty WMC provides an unobstructed view of what really happened during gun-drawn incidents, and it begins recording automatically when the firearm is drawn from the holster. These features alone offer a straightforward, vital supplement or alternative to current body camera programs.”

Viridian staff will discuss the video evidence system that is quickly becoming part of the solution to mitigating one of the biggest issues facing law enforcement today, explained a Viridian press release. The FACT Duty provides an unobstructed view from the end of the firearm. Further, it shows what really happened during firearm-involved use-of-force incidents. With Instant-On activation upon the draw, the technology offers an easy-to-implement strategy. Above all, it captures high-risk and significant liability exposure situations, according to Viridian.

Virtual attendees will hear from Viridian National Sales Manager, Kevin Skalicky, and Viridian Chief Legal Officer, Matthew Plowman. The two hosts will discuss findings from the field. The will also provide updates on the over 500 departments in the process of testing and implementing WMCs. Finally, the hosts will be available to answer any questions.

Free registration is open now. More information on the FACT Duty, Viridian and the entire lineup at viridianweapontech.com.

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