The scenario: It is 1927, a suspect enters a dark interrogation room. The door closes behind him, he is alone. In the room a curtain lifts revealing a ‘figure in the form of a skeleton’, this begins the interrogation. The suspect cannot see the human questioner sitting behind the skeleton. The skeleton is equipped with a camera hidden in his skull, eye sockets that contain red light bulbs and a megaphone positioned so that the voice of the operator appears to come from the mouth of the skeleton.
Chief Berger, past FPCA President, is our latest winner of the Amazon Echo Dot. Thank you to everybody who stopped by our booth at FPCA. Congratulations Chief Berger!
We are at the Florida Police Chiefs conference. Stop by, see Sara and register for a chance to win an Amazon Echo Dot. Sara has our in-room and mobile interview room solutions and would be happy to provide a demonstration.
You said: We Need Remote Access, Web-Based Viewing, and Administrator Privileges Our response: Done!
We are excited to announce that the StarWitness Interviewer update will be released shortly. Thank you to all who provided feedback so that we may continue to enhance our products to better meet your needs. Our mission is simple: We exist to support law enforcement.
Congratulations to Constable Holly Faulkner from the Peel Regional Police Community Mobilization Unit. Constable Faulkner was our latest winner of the Echo Dot.
Thank you to everybody who stopped by our booth.
Tuesday, May 30th to Friday, June 2nd
StarWitness is showcasing our mobile interrogation recording product, the Field Interviewer, at this conference in
The Justice Department, FCC, and DHS announce the nationwide rollout of the National Blue Alert Network. This network promotes the rapid dissemination of information to law enforcement, the media and the public about violent offenders who have killed, seriously injured or pose an imminent threat to law enforcement, or when an officer is missing in connection with official duties.
Field Interviewer Solves Interview Recording Need
According to the National Domestic Violence Prosecution Best Practices Guide, recantation occurs in about 80% of domestic violence criminal cases. Domestic violence survivors often recant, minimize, or altogether deny their abuse. Prosecutors, while being mindful of the safety of the victim, need to strategize ways to interview victims so that abusers are held accountable. The Guide suggests that a prosecutor should have a third-party present, such as a law enforcement officer, to record the victim’s interview.
In the event that an officer is not present, the StarWitness Field Interviewer can be quickly and easily set up to record
Ms. Basile is the latest winner in our Amazon Echo Dot giveaway. Thank you to all who attended WHIA and stopped by our booth.
Oregon police respond to report of cat armed with gun-shaped stick
Police in Oregon issued a "verbal warning" to a cat reportedly seen armed with a gun-shaped stick.
Newport Oregon Police Department shared a photo of a black and white cat perched in a tree with its paw draped over a stick that appeared to resemble an automatic rifle.
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