Here are the results from the polls we did with our viewers about camera technology:
Lt. Mike Holler of the Enon Police Department was likewise interested in the product but still saw yet another problem. Holler said if the camera only began recording when the weapon came out of the holster, it would miss the minutes leading up to the moment when the officer saw the need to pull their gun out. That, said Holler, could be very important video and audio to document what happened between an officer and a suspect.
The Gun Shield Camera has been in development for about three years and is now undergoing field testing. Kramer calls it "the wave of the future" and said it could work as a stand-alone system or to compliment body cameras worn by officers