“The Bridge” Body Camera Retention & Positioning Device
When obtaining law enforcement video evidence, it is essential that there is a consistency in the location of the recording device. This ensures that all video evidence gathering is in a manner which supports and is consistent with the “Rules of Evidence”. The critical placement of the video camera should never result in superfluous grounds for dismissal of a criminal case, due to the misplacement of the device on the individual officer’s uniform.
“The Bridge” is designed to prevent any assertion that there is not a consistency in the placement of the body worn cameras by a police agency, which could be alleged in court, to alter or disguise the images which are produced. The consistent placement of the body worn camera also enhances the uniform appearance of officers during formal inspections, as well as everyday deployment in the field. It supports a body worn camera in the ideal location on an officer’s uniform, which is between the two front pockets.
The device is made of high strength material which is lightweight and completely hidden from view. “The Bridge” is designed by law enforcement professionals with uniform appearance, camera stability, camera location and camera retention as top priorities. “The Bridge”, actually “bridges the gap” between camera retention considerations, and the proper placement of the body worn camera on an officer’s uniform. These essential considerations are accomplished without having unsightly devices which negatively impact an officer’s uniform appearance, or restrict the officer’s movement.
It supports all body worn cameras which utilize a clasping device for retention purposes and evenly distributes the weight of the camera, and is compatible with the vast majority of Police uniforms currently in use throughout the world. No modifications to uniforms are required. The device can be easily moved from the uniform shirt to an outer jacket, mid-watch, when weather conditions merit a warmer garment.
“The Bridge” is protected under U.S. Patent rights and is solely offered by “Body CAMS by Retired COPS”, which is comprised of retired police personnel who have first-hand knowledge of the rigors of law enforcement and the resultant demands on camera equipment/devices.