Wireless CCTV launches 3G body-worn surveillance solutions

Body-worn solution offers video and audio, plus panic alarm function

ROCHDALE, England, February 8 -- Wireless CCTV launches its new 3G Body-Worn Solutions that strongly improve security for agents in the field, offer evidential quality recording of suspects and allow supervisors to coordinate tactical operations.

Wireless CCTV's new 3G body-worn solutions have been developed in order to satisfy the growing demand for body-worn surveillance equipment whether that equipment is covert or overt.

The 3G body-worn solutions strongly improve security for agents in the field and allow supervisors to coordinate tactical operations involving multiple agents, while reducing the need for paperwork. Wireless CCTV has developed a range of overt solutions such as the 3G Camera Vest and 3G Belt options.

The WCCTV 3G Covert Backpack is ideal for agents who need evidential quality recording of suspects on the move. The backpack houses all of Wireless CCTV's body-worn technology in a covert package.

The central unit of the body-worn equipment uses a robust Compact Flash card for digital, evidential quality recording of agents' video and audio footage. Using 3G mobile phone technology, images and sound can be remotely monitored by a supervisor, who can evaluate the situation in real-time and despatch assistance or advise the agent on possible courses of action.

Wireless CCTV has also integrated an optional GPS receiver which tracks and maps the exact location of agents in the field. The precise position of multiple agents, combined with their respective live video and audio feeds, allows supervisors to assess a situation in real-time and make decisions accordingly.

A Panic Alarm button allows agents to notify the supervisor that they need immediate assistance.

At the end of an operation, data can easily be backed up for evidential purposes, reducing the need for paperwork.

Since the launch of Wireless CCTV's 3G product offering, many local authorities and police forces throughout the United Kingdom have been successfully using WCCTV 3G equipment in multiple overt and covert operations.

For additional information, visit Wireless CCTV on the web.