Frederick Police Department Purchases WOLFCOM Police Body Cameras
June 18, 2015
FREDERICK, OK- The Frederick Police Department has recently purchased 12 WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police Body Cameras. The purchase also included car mounts, leather cases and radio cables so the police officers can utilize the cameras radio microphone feature.
“We’re happy that the Frederick Police Department chose our WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police Body Cameras. We take pride in our cameras HD video quality and practical functionality, which this department clearly appreciates. We manufacture our cameras to be of outstanding quality, because cops deserve the best,” said WOLFCOM founder Peter Austin Onruang.
Chief Joel Neely says his department decided that police body cameras would be a less expensive investment then car mounted cameras. “We tested several police body camera models and liked the WOLFCOM Camera’s multiple features and durability. Our police officers love the camera’s video quality,” said Neely.
Neely says the department has not had any major cases yet where they’ve needed to pull the footage, but the police department’s official police body camera policy is that police officers “must record any incident of traffic, call responses, and everyday interaction with the public, any incident that could lead to an arrest. It’s up to the discretion of the police officer when to use the camera, but there aren’t really a lot of situations where you wouldn’t be using it,” said Neely.