Most police and sheriff departments around the country now use in-car video recording solutions to record video of the events leading up to traffic stops or shootings. These types of in-car video systems serve as proof that drivers are intoxicated or that an officer followed the rules of a traffic stop.
Digital Ally has announced that its latest in-car video system aimed at use in police vehicles is ready to ship. The system is called the DVM-750 and puts everything the video system needs inside the car with noting needing to be mounted in the trunk. The system includes a camera and a rear view mirror with an integrated LCD monitor.