Five Ways to Better Connect with the Community You Serve

Forward-thinking law enforcement agencies across the country are adopting community policing techniques to better address crime and social disorder. Not only do these collaborative strategies improve community-police relations, but that i…

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Pro Tips for Designing Your Interview Room

Today, video and audio recording of interviews by law enforcement is now the norm. And while most agencies record, the number of interview rooms and types of layouts they require depend on both the size of the department and the kind of interviews…

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When “Why Record?” Became “What to Do with All that Footage?”

For years here at Cardinal Peak Technologies, we found ourselves asking law enforcement agencies if they recorded their interviews. More often than not, they said they did—but only when interrogating persons involved in major crimes lik…

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Eight Things to Consider When Setting Up Your Interview Room

As video and audio recording become the norm in law enforcement interviews, it’s important to consider best practices when setting up both your interview space and monitoring room. What kind of lighting is best? How many microphones shoul…

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Avoiding Costly Lawsuits Through Recorded Interactions

As police departments across the country face increased community scrutiny, many are choosing to work with their local governments to implement changes that protect both law enforcement and the public, as well as improve community relations.…

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CaseCracker Onyx: A Solution Like No Other

If you’re in the market for a new interview room recording solution, chances are, you aren’t looking for something ordinary. You’re looking for something extraordinary. And that’s where CaseCracker Onyx comes in. After four and a hal…

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Case Study: South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division (SLED)

CaseCracker Customer Since 2017   “When you have a video where jurors can hear and see the suspect making the statement, it is powerful evidence.” Mark Huguley, ret. SLED agent   About SLED Headquartered in Columbia, South Caroli…

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How to Plan for Your Interview Recording Equipment Installation

As video and audio recording become the norm in law enforcement interviewing, it’s important to consider best practices when setting up both your interview space and monitoring room. Lighting, ambient noise, and location are just a few things to…

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The Past, Present, and Future of Interrogation Recording Requirements in the U.S.

For members of law enforcement well-versed in the practice, it may come as a surprise to learn that, as of 2017, only 25 states (including Washington, D.C.) are legally required to record their custodial interviews, with two others having adopted s…

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Seven Things to Consider When Choosing Interview Recording Software

  As anyone who works in law enforcement knows, choosing the right interview recording software is important. Not only because it’s a major investment, but because high-quality recordings can make or break a case. The one-size-fits-all solu…

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