Join the growing number of law enforcement agencies in the U.S. who are choosing to equip their officers with a hands-free way to irrefutably document all of their interactions with the community. The LE3 body worn camera by VieVu is specifically designed to record contact between police officers and citizens in a way that no fixed dash camera can. A leader in the public safety industry, VieVu created the LE3 to be rugged, lightweight, waterproof and easy to use.
Provide Crucial Video Evidence
The VieVu LE3 camera clips to a uniform to record both the actions of the police officer who is wearing it, as well everyone else in its field of view. With HD video resolution, audio, a 16GB internal memory and up to 12 hours of recording time, the LE3 body camera can help provide crucial perspective, especially in the most difficult cases. Video evidence is securely stored and catalogued with a trademarked software system within the camera, which verifies that the footage has not been altered in any way. And, if the camera is lost or stolen, the embedded security software will prevent unauthorized access to video evidence.
LE 3 Body Worn Camera Features:
- Powered by VieVu’s VERIPATROL™ software system. Video evidence is securely stored and catalogued with a FIPS 140-2 compliant digital signature process, to verify the video has not been altered.
- VieVu’s VidLock security software will prevent unauthorized access to video evidence in the event the camera is lost or stolen.
- Selectable Video Resolution: 1280×720 HD or 848×480 Widescreen SD
- Enhanced Image Quality and Low Light Capability
- 5 hour Record Time; 12 Hours with Extended Battery Pack
- 16GB of Internal Storage
- Mute Functionality
- Local Time or GMT Date & Time Stamp
- Digital Signature Security
- Best Forensic Field of View: 68 Degrees
- Waterproof (IPX5, Non-Submersible)
- Dimensions: 3″ × 2.1″ × .85″
- Weight: 2.8oz
- Compatible: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
- Green Design – RoHS & WEEE Certified
Build Trust in the Community
Law enforcement is most effective when there is a high degree of trust between the citizens and and the officers who have been sworn to serve and protect those citizens. Violent law enforcement confrontations can erode that trust, especially when there is no concrete proof of what actually happened during the confrontation. Wearable cameras that record interactions between police officers and citizens can help reduce those violent confrontations as well as build trust in law enforcement.