UK police force deploys integrated BWV
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Lancashire Constabulary has rolled-out Motorola Solutions’ 2100 VB400 body-worn cameras.

According to Motorola, the cameras will be used across the force, alongside a back-end evidence management software solution. The devices are also integrated into the company’s mobile working application, Pronto, enabling officers to tag recordings while in the field.

Other features on the cameras include Wi-Fi streaming and Bluetooth sensor monitoring.

Speaking of the deployment, Lancashire chief inspector Dave Hannan said: “This investment is about giving our officers the best tools for the job. This technology will be a vital tool in bringing offenders to justice, especially those who take part in crime that is more difficult to prosecute, such as domestic abuse and public order offences.”

Motorola country manager, UK and Ireland, Fergus Mayne, said: “Integrated body-worn camera solutions are a vital and objective tool for improving the safety of officers and the public. The integration with Pronto takes seamless policing to the next level and ensures end-to-end workflows.”

Media contact

Philip Mason
Managing Editor, Critical Communications Portfolio
Tel: +44 (0)20 3874 9216
Philip.mason@markallengroup.com


This material is protected by MA Business & Leisure Limited copyright.
See Terms and Conditions.


Twitter

Land Mobile is the only monthly publication exclusively dedicated to wireless communications for business. Launched in 1993, this leading industry title provides practical advice, expert opinion and commentary, and insightful, informative, truly authoritative editorial.

St. Jude's Church,
Dulwich Road,
London,
SE24 0PB,
United Kingdom

MA Business is part of the Mark Allen Group.