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Since the advent of CCTV (Closed Caption Television) cameras in the 1960s, the move towards changing how police record their actions have come a long way. Originally these cameras were installed in London but became more mobile and deployable into recording high crime areas to help police enforce the law and prevent crime. It was nearly 30 years later that in-car cameras were installed in police vehicles in the late 1980s. By the year 2000, car cameras or dashcams were mainstream enough to be in virtually all new police cars.
His mother and his two siblings survive officer Carlo Jay Cayabyab. He also had extended family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers who will support his family in their loss and join with them to celebrate the life he lived.
Sergeant Alvin R. Sugrañes-Lebrón served his community, family, and neighbors by providing safety and protection to all those around him. He served as a member of the Puerto Rico Police Bureau.
Customs Officer Renie Tumanda leaves behind his wife, three children, parents, and two brothers. He also has many friends, extended family, neighbors, and coworkers who will support his family in their grief.
Body-worn Cameras or BWCs have seen a dramatic increase in use by law enforcement officers and agencies in the United States and Internationally. These cameras are changing the scope and practices of policing.
Texas Department of Criminal Justice Continues to Lose Officers The Texas Department of Criminal Justice continues to be hard hit by the outbreak of the coronavirus. The department has lost many officers and staff to COVID19. On September 27, 2020, Correctional Officer Donald E. Parker, age 73, lost his life due to the virus’s complications. […]
There are many benefits to having a surveillance system in retail business locations. The cameras deter crime, help catch thieves, protect the business and employees, builds a level of trust for both consumers and employees alike, and surveillance systems even lower the overall cost of insurance premiums. Today, most retail establishments have some surveillance equipment.
Phan, of Anaheim, California, was part of the 66th Security Forces Squadron, which is trained and based out of Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts. He had been excited and looking forward to his next assignment. He was slated to return to the states and work with dog training in Texas. He had a positive attitude, loved animals, and looked forward to his new assignment training military dogs.
Corrections Officer Susan Ann Roberts was the matriarch of her family. She left behind her husband, two children, five grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Extended family, other officers, and long-time friends and neighbors join the family to support them in their grief.
Deputy Sheriff Angela Chavers is survived by a young son and niece, of whom she had custody. She had stepped up and raised her niece along with her son—two children who depended on her but are now left stunned over her loss. The community is rallying together to celebrate her life and be the rock that her family will need to count on in days to come.
Today marks the 19th anniversary of 9/11/2001. Nineteen years ago, the United States was struck by a tragedy that has never been forgotten even years later. Every year on this day, families, first responders, and the broader communities come together to reflect on the loss of innocent lives and those who risked their lives by saving others. We also take today to honor the thousands of first responders who have passed, have been injured, and continue to suffer from this tragedy.
His extended family, neighbors, friends, and coworkers share in the grief with the loss of a great compassionate man. After spending his life serving his community, he had chosen to continue to give back through organ donation. He realized that he could continue to save others in a situation where he could lose his own life. He was a hero in his life through his actions and hero again, at the end of his life.
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