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Dear Police1 Member,  

As a police training tool, in-car video footage can:  

► Inform future decision-making; 

► Shed light on positive and negative citizen encounters; 

► Help officers learn from one another. 

Learn more about these benefits and more in our latest eBook, How in-car video systems benefit law enforcement, sponsored by Motorola Solutions

Download your free copy here

Stay safe, 

— The Police1 Team
 

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