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Robertsdale Police Department Enhances Officer Safety with LensLock's Advanced Body-Worn and In-Car Camera Technology.

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Robertsdale Police Department Replaces Previous Body-Camera and In-Car Video Service with LensLock
Robertsdale Police Department Vehicle: Photo Courtesy of Robertsdale Police Department Facebook Page.

Nestled in the heart of beautiful Baldwin County, Alabama, Robertsdale is a small yet vibrant town set in a lush, green landscape. Its local economy is supported by agriculture, retail, and small businesses, making it a welcoming place for both residents and visitors.

LensLock, in partnership with the Robertsdale Police Department (RPD), is proud to announce a significant upgrade to the department’s technology and officer safety measures with the adoption of the LensLock Genesis 12.5 Body-Worn Cameras and Hawk 6 In-Car Service. Under the leadership of Lt. Paul Overstreet, this decision marks a crucial step forward in modernizing RPD's equipment and enhancing transparency and accountability within the community.

Poor Police Body-Worn and In-Car Camera Service Experience Prompts Transition from Previous Vendor.

The decision to switch to LensLock body-worn and in-car cameras comes after Robertsdale Police Department experienced several issues with their previous vendor. RPD officers and administrative staff were consistently disappointed with the lack of customer service, and frequent problems with corrupted video files. These issues undermined RPD’s efforts to maintain reliable records of incidents.

Advanced Features for Enhanced Law Enforcement Body Worn Camera Performance.

LensLock's Genesis 12.5 Body-Worn Cameras are equipped with state-of-the-art features designed to support the rigorous demands of law enforcement officers:

  1. Full-Shift Battery Life: LensLock police body-worn cameras are built to last an entire shift without the need for recharging, ensuring continuous operation throughout the day.

  2. LCD Status Screen: Law enforcement officers can easily monitor LensLock body camera status and functionality with a clear and easy-to-read LCD screen.

  3. In-Field Video Tagging: LensLocker™ Mobile application allows law enforcement officers to tag body camera videos in the field with vital metadata such as case number, encounter type, relevant tags, and other information, streamlining the evidence data management process.

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Integration with Law Enforcement Vehicles and Other Equipment via LensLock B.I.T.S. to Ensure Automatic Recordings.

Gone are the days of having to remember to start body-worn camera recordings. LensLock's B.I.T.S. solution ensures that body-worn cameras automatically activate based on pre-determined triggers, allowing officers to focus on the task at hand.

Benefits of using LensLock Bluetooth Integration Technology Service (B.I.T.S.) solution:

  • Vehicle and Equipment Integration: The B.I.T.S. solution connects with law enforcement vehicles, body-worn cameras, holster triggers, and other technology to automatically record essential digital evidence.

  • Automated Triggers: Automated triggers include vehicle collision, speed, doors, code 2 and 3, gun rack release, and the use of both lethal and non-lethal weapons.

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Mutual Commitment to Community Safety and Trust.

Robertsdale Police Department’s adoption of Police Body-Worn and In-Car Cameras is a testament to the mutual commitment to continue to provide the highest level of service and accountability to the Robertsdale community. LensLock’s advanced functionality will help enhance officer safety and transparency, fostering ongoing public trust and support.

Contact LensLock today to learn more about how your agency can benefit from LensLock’s body-worn cameras, in-car systems, digital evidence management, FBI CJIS-certified redaction, and other technology solutions tailored specifically for law enforcement agencies nationwide.

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