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To produce court admissible, judicial grade evidence in police interview rooms, high-quality audio is necessary

Let’s paint a familiar scenario for law enforcement officials. A suspect is being interviewed by investigating officers. After hours of questioning, the suspect begins to open up with more details related to the investigation. This is the big br…

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NY Police Agencies Required to Record Suspect Interrogations

As of April 1, 2018, the state of New York joined the 24 other states mandating video recording for custodial interrogations. The law states that any custodial interrogation for serious crimes must be recorded by a video recording device. In the ev…

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Creating a Successful Recording Environment for Clinical Programs

We have many customers who use CaseCracker for clinical purposes–from speech and hearing clinics to autism clinics and child advocacy centers–the great ones all have a few things in common to ensure a successful recording environment for treatm…

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Why should law enforcement record interviews?

As courts, district attorneys, and individual law enforcement agencies started utilizing recorded interviews, the news started to spread about the values of recording interviews in their entirety. With more states requiring police interview recordi…

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SC law enforcement agency joins 21st century – videotapes suspect, witness interviews

Law enforcement agencies nationwide are quickly realizing the importance of video recording suspect and witness interviews. According to this news article from The State, South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division (SLED), is seeing the benefi...

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Why do we use local integrators for interview room installation?

You’ll hear us say this over and over again, "We love our integration partners!" We like to call them our “boots on the ground” since we often cannot be on location for each and every interview room installation. They serve as a second level of…

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Part 1 – Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Why Record Police Interviews?

Cardinal Peak Technologies has been selling purpose-built Interview Room Recording Solutions since 2004. Since placing our very first products in Boston and Quincy Police Departments, we have witnessed a very significant change in the way in which th…

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Analog vs. IP Cameras for Interview Recording

  In this era of high-definition video, from our phones to our big screen TVs, the expectation is that all video will be crisp, clear, and can fit in your pocket. In the world of interview room recording, there are many critical differences y…

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Interview Room Recording Best Practices

Video and audio recordings are quickly becoming the norm with law enforcement interviewing. It’s easy to overlook the obvious (or not so obvious) when equipping an interview recording room. Where is your main source of light? How much ambient noi…

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CaseCracker Onyx: The Newest Interview Room Solution

Cardinal Peak Technologies is excited to announce our next generation interview room recording solution: CaseCracker Onyx. Our engineering team has been working diligently for the past two years to design a solution that truly meets the recording n…

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