ABOUT I WITNESS
IWITNESS has over 10 years of experience providing body worn video solutions to police departments and various law
enforcement agencies. We at IWitness arecommitted to our mission of utilizing technology
for a safer tomorrow.
We are proud
of developing our bodycams ensuring advanced technology, superior quality, andinnovative and user-friendly designs.
Reliable backup can be a matter of life and
death. This is something everyone knows.
Knowing you can count on professional backup provides peace of mind and makes it possible to focus on the job 100%. This is why we, at IWitness, are constantly working at innovating our products so that we can indeed be your additional backup.
The body worn camera market is growing fast. The idea of creating a record of interactions between the police and the public has many benefits, like improved safety, transparency, increased professionalism, more peaceful public interactions and accountability of police officers and the public.
The popularity of the bodycam is understandable for those who look at the figures. A bodycam contributes to a
considerable decrease in the number of acts of violence; Also, a bodycam enhances the sense of awareness and
security amongst the staff.
Other advantages of using bodycams:
✔ productivity increases
✔ decrease of complaints against officers
✔ lower legal fees thanks to digital evidence
✔ video feedback as a training tool
✔ remote support
✔ improved professionalism
✔ lone worker solution (distant assistance and
supervision in potentially dangerous a/o complex situations)
Introducing a BWC program to your organization and community is complex, which is why it is important to establish comprehensive, effective, and customized training for your agency, your officers, your criminal justice partners, the media, and the public. Every police agency has challenges and limited resources that are unique to their communities and organizations. Police departments design and develop customized trainings and procedures for their officers covering a wide range of topics, including violent crime strategies, community policing, evidence collection, use of force decision-making, investigations, etc. It is equally important for agencies to design and develop their own BWC curricula based on their needs and capacities.