The Chattanooga Police Department’s investment in the CrimeEye® video surveillance solution from Total Recall Corporation is already paying off. Video footage recorded via the CrimeEye-RD-2 rapid deployment video system was used to identify and arrest a suspect in the July 26 homicide of Desmond Clay. Clay was shot multiple times while driving and was found dead after his vehicle crashed into a local business. To investigate the crime, the Chattanooga Police Department retrieved video footage of the victim’s car recorded by an outdoor CrimeEye-RD-2 rapid deployment portable video unit.
Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, will showcase its video surveillance and citywide safety solutions – including a new 180-degree CrimeEye unit – at the 27th annual ASIS NYC Security Conference and Expo to be held on June 7-8, 2017, at the Javits Center in New York City. CrimeEye-RD-2 with 180-degree Axis camera—The CrimeEye-RD-2 with optional Axis Q3708-PVE offers a fixed-dome video surveillance camera with multiple sensors, resulting in a 180-degree panoramic view. Although the unit has three sensors, it only uses one IP address. The 180-degree camera features enhanced light sensitivity as well as WDR-Forensic Capture, which allows for expansive coverage
Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, has been chosen to work with the City of Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Police Department to make their city a safer place. Total Recall will provide them with a citywide safety solution that includes 15 of its outdoor CrimeEye-RD-2™ rapid deployment portable video systems, the latest in its CrimeEye line of digital video solutions. The Chattanooga Police Department (CPD) has begun installing CrimeEye-RD-2 video units on 15 power poles throughout Chattanooga. The CrimeEye-RD-2 uses Axis Communications dome network cameras – managed by Genetec Omnicast™, an IP video management system—to stream HD-quality video.