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A Pin Hole Camera in a Coat Rack?
A Pin Hole Camera in a Coat Rack?

Precise Digital recently installed a pin hole camera in this coat rack. It is there – but blends in so well you can’t see it just above the forward facing hook. The customer – A sheriffs’ Department in the Southeast had cleverly positioned the rack and asked us to us one of our exclusive high definition cameras for a more…

K9 gets a vest
K9 gets a vest

In honor of National Dog Day on August 26th, we bring you this great story about Macho. Macho is a Jessamine County, KY K9. After the tragic shooting on June 30 in Floyd County, Kentucky, in which two officers and a K-9 were killed at the scene and a third officer died of his wounds in the hospital, a Jessamine…

Which States have the most police officers per capita?

The top five states by employment are California, New York, Texas, Florida, and Illinois. However, the number of officers does not always increase in proportion to the population. On a per capita basis, Washington, DC has the most police officers, followed by New York, New Jersey, Louisiana, and Wyoming. The nation’s capital has an elevated level of security, with 6.5…

Swatting is on the rise
Swatting is on the rise

Swatting is on the rise and wasting valuable police, 911 and response team resources. Swatting is basically when someone makes a call with a fake emergency to 911, etc. Its a serious crime that many think originated in the online gaming community as a way to seek revenge on opponents. During a “swatting”, a person calls the police on another…

Why We Need Digital Recordings for Suspect Interviews
Why We Need Digital Recordings for Suspect Interviews

5 reasons digital recordings are valuable for suspect interviews The formal recording of investigative interviews is critical to any criminal case By Sergeant Joshua Lee Police investigative interviews are a vital part of the criminal justice process. Proper police interviews can gather evidence against the suspect, exonerate the innocent, or provide closure to mourning victims. Interviews provide valuable insight into…

Covid and Courtroom Proceedings
Covid and Courtroom Proceedings

As we deal with the realities of the pandemic, not all courtroom proceedings can exist the way we’d really want them to.  Trials that may have occupied a single courtroom for months, many now have to be spaced out over several courtrooms.  In Syracuse, New York, there is an ongoing murder trial, according to Local SYR that has spread itself…

Why Do We Need Audio In Courtrooms?
Why Do We Need Audio In Courtrooms?

For years courtroom and hearings were hand recorded, or transcribed by a person of the court, word for word. As useful and necessary as this has been, the establishment of audio recordings in courtrooms has been a major game changer. Many court systems have adapted so well to audio recordings in courtrooms, that all public hearings are put on a…

Trends In Courtroom Recordings
Trends In Courtroom Recordings

Podcasts are everywhere these days and cover a wide range of topics. With people showing more interest in the outcomes of hearings in the court room due to social justice issues, or delving into a world some are unfamiliar with, it only makes sense a wave of podcasts would appear that explore the world of public court rooms. For example,…

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