Warsaw Police, Poland, roll out D3 cameras to officers
Police in Warsaw, Poland, are wearing Reveal D3 body cameras from this week, as part of a pilot to modernize law enforcement in the country.
Minister Mariusz Błaszczak announced the rollout by saying that it is a “symbol of modernization of our uniformed services” in the Warsaw Metropolitan Police Headquarters.
Blaszczak highlighted the body camera’s ability to prevent and deter aggression towards police officers in addition to being a high-quality tool to collect evidence, as reported by other police forces who are using the technology. The Minister cited these experiences and reports from international police forces as part of the reason why they are investing in the technology.
Reveal D3 body cameras can record continuously for over 10 hours, feature the signature Reveal prominent front-facing screen, and have exceptional low light recording capabilities. These features work together to provide advanced protection for the officers wearing them and collect better video evidence in almost any lighting condition.