Police keen to expand new cbd security cameras to police departments in the Dallas area will soon get the chance.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced Wednesday morning that the department will begin allowing cameras on patrol vehicles in the next few weeks.

The camera system can snap a picture in just five seconds, making it ideal for police to view potentially dangerous situations in an emergency, Brown said.

"I think we're going to see that on patrol officers," Brown told reporters in the department's Police Operations Center on Wednesday. "We're going to see that on other units as well."

The department has previously tested a similar model from private company Rapid4ce, which sells the cameras for $30,000.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown said Wednesday that a new camera system will allow the department to view potentially dangerous situations more often. (WFAA Photo/Toni L. Sandys)

The department will begin collecting the data using an anonymous database, the city said.

Brown said that in many cases, individuals are arrested with such videos after officers can tell through physical evidence and other means who was involved in the arrest.

"This video provides a quick means of communicating this information to someone who's involved in the arrest, whether they are a witness, their attorney or something else that they want to know about a case they're involved in, like where the scene is from, what kind of weapon was used, the description of the crime scene from the arrest," Brown saxo카지노id.

Since the program started, several departments have signed on to the program, according to the d카지노 게임epartment.

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings des예스 카지노cribed the program as a "watershed" moment that is expected to continue to promote cameras, police and technology in the city.

"I think it is a positive sign for us, it's a good thing, because we don't have anything else to go by these days," Rawlings said. "It'll be a big difference. And it will help reduce crime."

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Police keen to expand new cbd security cameras to police departments in the Dallas area will soon get the chance

Police keen to expand new cbd security cameras to police departments in the Dallas area will soon get the chance

Police keen to expand new cbd security cameras to police departments in the Dallas area will soon get the chance.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced Wednesday morning that the department will begin allowing cameras on patrol vehicles in the next few weeks.

The camera system can snap a picture in just five seconds, making it ideal for police to view potentially dangerous situations in an emergency, Brown said.

"I think we're going to see that on patrol officers," Brown told reporters in the department's Police Operations Center on Wednesday. "We're going to see that on other units as well."

The department has previously tested a similar model from private company Rapid4ce, which sells the cameras for $30,000.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown said Wednesday that a new camera system will allow the department to view potentially dangerous situations more often. (WFAA Photo/Toni L. Sandys)

The department will begin collecting the data using an anonymous database, the city said.

Brown said that in many cases, individuals are arrested with such videos after officers can tell through physical evidence and other means who was involved in the arrest.

"This video provides a quick means of communicating this information to someone who's involved in the arrest, whether they are a witness, their attorney or something else that they want to know about a case they're involved in, like where the scene is from, what kind of weapon was used, the description of the crime scene from the arrest," Brown saxo카지노id.

Since the program started, several departments have signed on to the program, according to the d카지노 게임epartment.

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings des예스 카지노cribed the program as a "watershed" moment that is expected to continue to promote cameras, police and technology in the city.

"I think it is a positive sign for us, it's a good thing, because we don't have anything else to go by these days," Rawlings said. "It'll be a big difference. And it will help reduce crime."

Read More: Police chiefs and police chiefs ready to talk about guns, video surveillance