Crime Stoppers International partners with Digital Ally
Crime Stoppers International (CSI) and Digital Ally announced they have entered into a sponsorship agreement which will assist the global non-governmental organization in increasing awareness of its activities in communities around the world while also boosting the visibility and availability of Digital Ally’s suite of video surveillance products for law enforcement, homeland security and commercial applications.
June 25, 2018 By Staff
Digital Ally’s products include in-car video and body-worn cameras used by law enforcement agencies throughout the world.
“As the umbrella body for all accredited and affiliated Crime Stoppers programs worldwide, CSI sees this as a good opportunity to promulgate our work and provide a funding stream to local and national programs in collaboration with a well-respected provider of quality law enforcement products and services,” said CSI CEO Ruud Smulders at the First National Canada Crime Stoppers Association Conference held recently in Hamilton, Ont.
Under the agreement, visitors to the CSI website and the websites of member programs of Crime Stoppers USA and the Canadian Crime Stoppers Association who choose to participate will have the opportunity to access and purchase Digital Ally’s suite of surveillance and software management products through a link.
Data shows that 70 per cent of the information that Crime Stoppers receive and relay to law enforcement, would not have been provided to law enforcement by any other means. This unique network, on average solves a crime every 14 minutes, somewhere in the world.
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