WOLFCOM, a leading manufacturer of Police Body Cameras will donate 40 WOLFCOM VISION Body Cameras, Docking Stations and Evidence Management Software to the Texas Southern University Police Department. Local Press are invited to take pictures and video of the donation hand off and training on Thursday, November 19th from 9am-11am.

The donated body cameras were made through www.BodyCameraDonations.com. The website allows law enforcement agencies to register for body camera donations and encourages the public to contribute funds to a specific department or a general fund for all departments.

“The Texas Southern University Police Department has been a loyal customer of our WOLFCOM 3RD EYE for several years, now we’re happy that they are one of the first police departments to benefit from BodyCameraDonations.com. We know our newer body camera model, the WOLFCOM VISION will serve them well,” said WOLFCOM Founder Peter Austin Onruang.
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Chief Remon Green of the Texas Southern University Police Department says his department is grateful for the donated body cameras and eager to use the newer WOLFCOM VISIONS. “We’re absolutely excited to be receiving the new WOLFCOM VISION. We’ve utilized the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE for a number of years and have been very pleased with the equipment. The new VISION body cameras are smaller, more user friendly and allow for our officers more placement options to capture different angles because of the VISION’s rotatable lens,” said Green.

Chief Green says his department has seen the value of using body cameras as a new law enforcement tool and says the new WOLFCOM VISIONS will save the department time and money and help them do their jobs better. “Body cameras are the wave of the future of police work. They allow officers to capture video evidence of events in real time. They protect the citizens and our officers. Using body cameras cuts down complaints and administrative costs,” said Green.