46 ICOP Police Car Cams Coming to Billings, Mont.

The order is valued at $244,000.
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Kansas-based ICOP Digital Inc. announced the largest order yet for its ICOP 20/20 VISION in-car video systems for law enforcement.

The company said 40 units will go to the Billings Police Department and six to the Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office. The order is valued at $244,000.

The ICOP 20/20 VISION provides full, independent control of the DVR through an officer's Mobile Data Terminal.

The systems were purchased using federal “stimulus” grant money.

Billings (pop. About 104,000) has Montana’s largest police department, with 143 officers patrolling 41 square miles. Winter temperatures can be severe.

"This project of switching 80 systems from analog to digital was no small undertaking," said Cpt. John Bedford of the Billings Police Department. "The top reasons for going with the ICOP system include the outstanding quality of the video, as compared to the old VHS systems, the security of having all our data stored in a central database and the ability with the ICOP solution to do pre-event recording," he stated.

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