IN Police Chief & President of IACP Selects BodyWorn (Multi-Video)

The West Lafayette Police Department Deploys Smarter Body Camera Technology and Integrated In-Car Video Systems

The West Lafayette Police Department (WLPD) of West Lafayette, Indiana has fully deployed BodyWorn™ police cameras and Rocket IoT™ in-car video recording and communications systems.

WLPD joins five law enforcement agencies in Indiana in selecting BodyWorn as their official partner in implementing body camera technology.

(Chief Jason Dombkowski, West Lafayette Police Department (IN) speaks on why he chose to join the law enforcement field, on what leadership looks like, on what the officers of WLPD are like and what is special about their community. Furthermore, he discusses the technologies they use including in-car video communications systems and BodyWorn police cameras. Courtesy of Utility Inc. and YouTube. Posted on Jan 24, 2018)

The BodyWorn software is a complete situational awareness system with real-time mapping and communication with field assets; which includes Officers and their vehicles.

Chief Jason Dombkowski
Chief Jason Dombkowski

“We are thrilled to partner with Utility in deploying this cutting-edge technology to all of our officers at WLPD,” said Jason Dombkowski, Chief of the West Lafayette Police Department and President of the Indiana Chiefs of Police Association.

“Our department was the first police department in the state of Indiana to deploy body cameras.”

“We are progressive in our methods of providing officer safety and accountability while continuing to strengthen community trust and wellbeing.”

“This is why BodyWorn cameras are a game changer for law enforcement. We believe in this technology because it is unlike any other body camera in the industry.”

“We have seen first-hand how BodyWorn’s automatic recording triggers capture crucial evidence in the field. There is absolutely nothing like it.”

(BodyWorn captures the entire scene with crystal clear HD video resolution and incredible point of view stability to provide the best video during any pursuit. Courtesy of Utility Inc. and YouTube)

Indiana Police Departments and Sheriff’s Offices that have Selected BodyWorn to Date:

*  Boone County Sheriff’s Department  *  Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office

*  Lawrence Police Department  *  South Bend Police Department

*  Valparaiso Police Department  *  West Lafayette Police Department

“As we continue deploying our police technology on a national scale, we see that departments who choose BodyWorn, choose a system that truly enhances officer safety while strengthening the bond between their department and their community,” explains Ted Davis, President and CEO of Utility.

Ted Davis, President and CEO of Utility
Ted Davis, President and CEO of Utility

“We work hard to deliver tools and features that make police officers’ and Sheriff’s deputies’ jobs easier, safer and smarter.”

“Our company is unique in that a large number of our employees come from law enforcement and military backgrounds.”

“We understand what it means to put your life on the line in order to protect and serve those around you.”

Both the BodyWorn camera and the Rocket IoT, singularly or in conjunction, utilize their unique communication capabilities to activate specific video recording triggers.

These triggers are set by the Department’s individual recording policies—including Gunshot Detection, a built-in accelerometer, prone positioning, light bar sensors in concert with door opening, rapid motion, GeoFence entry, etc.— and can be updated at any time via their video management system, AVaiL Web™.

(What if you could save an officer’s life within the Golden Hour? With BodyWorn™ by Utility, police officers have an extra layer of protection within their body camera. If an officer is injured, BodyWorn™ starts recording and sends an alert to Central Dispatch with exact GPS coordinates of the officer’s location. Courtesy of Utility Inc. and YouTube)

The BodyWorn camera and the Rocket IoT system offer unique integration with real-time GPS reporting of officer and vehicle, auto-related video for synchronized video playback, dockless evidence offload and more.

A key component of the mobile ecosystem, the RocketIoT enables full, secure automation of evidence gathering.
A key component of the mobile ecosystem, the RocketIoT enables full, secure automation of evidence gathering.

Chief Dombkowski will highlight the BodyWorn camera technology at the Indiana Chiefs of Police Mid-Winter Conference, January 24-26, 2018.

Utility, Inc. provides law enforcement officers with an intuitive platform for effectively capturing, managing and releasing video evidence.

Utility’s BodyWorn™ camera and Rocket IoT™ in-car video system incorporates real-time communications, policy-based automatic recording functionality, and real-time GPS positioning for the best situational awareness possible during critical times.

Utility Inc.

Meanwhile, it’s AVaiL Web™ cloud-based digital evidence management solution securely stores captured evidence and offers Smart Redaction™ – the only automatic video redaction software on the market today.