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August 20, 2014
07:42 EDTDGLYDigital Ally reports increase in inquiries regarding FirstVU HD Body Camera
Digital Ally announced that the number of inquiries that it has received from law enforcement agencies interested in its FirstVU HD Officer-Worn Video System has increased dramatically since the national media began covering the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Stanton E. Ross, CEO of Digital Ally, stated, "The civil unrest that has resulted in riots and looting of local businesses in Ferguson, Missouri during the past week has drawn national attention to the critical importance of audio and video documentation of evidence collection involving law enforcement officers. Police departments and other law enforcement agencies have long recognized the value of in-car video systems in documenting the activities of public safety officers and the persons they apprehend upon suspicion of traffic and other violations of the law. An audio/video recording often proves to be invaluable in court because it can answer critical questions regarding inappropriate actions by either the law enforcement officer or the person who may have broken the law."
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April 17, 2015
09:29 EDTDGLYMet police force to buy up to 30,000 body cameras, The Register says
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April 16, 2015
10:56 EDTDGLYS.C. Senate subcommittee passes police body camera bill, Herald reports
A South Carolina Senate subcommittee has passed a bill that would require body cameras for all the states' police officers, reported The Herald, which noted that the bill now heads to the full judiciary committee for another hearing. TASER (TASR) and Digital Ally (DGLY) are makers of police body cameras and related systems. Reference Link
April 8, 2015
13:30 EDTDGLYSenator calls for South Carolina to equip officers with body cameras, AP says
South Carolina senator Marlon Kimpson, whose district includes North Charleston, where a fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer occurred, says he hopes the shooting advances legislation that would require all South Carolina police officers to wear body cameras, says AP. Companies that manufacture body cameras include Digital Ally (DGLY) and TASER International (TASR). Reference Link
13:14 EDTDGLYNorth Charleston SC will equip officers with body cameras, Reuters says
April 6, 2015
09:18 EDTDGLYDigital Ally in five-year deal as title sponsor of Tour KC event
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