Body Worn Video
CERT Systems is Australasian distributor for Reveal Media, world leaders in body worn video camera systems. Reveals latest body worn camera models, the D3 and D5 along with Reveals award winning DEMS 360 digital evidence management solution are the product of a decade worth of reserach, development and refinement.
Reveal cameras feature a unique forward facing screen that enables members of the public to see themselves while they are engaging with the officer / staff member. This positively influences peoples behaviour and provides a strong deterrent against inappropriate behaviour.
Benefits of Body Worn Video
- Safer staff
- Reduced defended hearings / increased guilty pleas
- Cost / time savings
- Reduced complaints
- Enhanced staff professionalism
Body worn cameras are quickly becoing ‘the norm’ for compliance and enforcement related organisations, both here in New Zealand and across the world.
The NZ Department of Corrections has purchased in excess of 1,500 Reveal body worn cameras for use in prisons across the country due to the positive impacts they have on the behaviour of prisoners. In excess of 30 Local Government organisations / Councils are using Reveal cameras to keep their staff safe as well as gain the many other benefits the technology offers.
Download an information document on Reveal body worn cameras here.
Simplicity, versatility and toughness
Each camera features a fully articulated camera head which means it can be easily adjusted to allow users of any height and body shape to always be recording exactly what they see, as well as allowing it to be used handheld, in car or table top. The unique one-touch red sliding switch turns the camera recording on or off in one quick and simple action, no matter what situation you may be in and even if you’re wearing gloves. The cameras are rated, fully weather proof and designed for use in confrontational environments.
Efficient data collection, management and security
Users are able to bookmark videos as ‘evidential’ at the time of recording, or whilst still in the field when reviewing footage on screen, which saves officer time by removing the need to search through footage on the system later. Specifically designed for law enforcement, users are not able to delete or overwrite footage on the camera. Each video has the date and time stamped on every frame, a tamper proof digital fingerprint and encryption which prevents the videos being visible on unauthorised computers.