The Lantana Police Department, in Florida, acquired our technology.

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The Lantana Police Department, in Florida,  builds an interview room with MaestroVision’s technology, including our Recording System and Video Library.

In a constant effort to improve its productivity, the Lantana Police Department has just acquired a filmed interview room solution including MaestroVision’s Interview Recording System (KEYSERV), the Video Library (VEOTEK) along with a touch screen monitor, a ptz camera (pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera is a specialized camera that can change direction and zoom in and out) and a custom-designed desk to fit ergonomically all the recording equipment.

MaestroVision’s complete solutions provide all you need to manage your evidence. From recording, cataloguing, storing, indexing and retrieval of all digital evidence available.

MaestroVision’s solutions will help the Lantana Police Department in fulfilling their mission, as they are “committed to the delivery of courteous, professional law enforcement and community services to the citizens of Lantana and providing professional police service, while maintaining our small town values and atmosphere.”

Lantana Police Department
901 North 8th Street, Lantana, FL 33462, USA

Sergeant  Jim Eddy and Chief Sean Scheller, both stationed at the Lantana Police Department, are absolutely impressed with the quality of our recordings.

“MaestroVision’s solutions are user-friendly and very easy to learn as they require little or no training to get started. We are pleased with your services and look forward to using our newly installed systems!”

Detective Sergeant Jim Eddy; Jill Shelton, Audio & Video specialist at MaestroVision; Chief Sean Scheller

The investment in this new 100% made in Quebec technology, designed and manufactured by MaestroVision, offers the possibility of indexing all notes with interrogations. This feature makes it possible to find and quickly review a specific moment in an interrogation, hence saving valuable time to the investigators. Moreover, this system is of a disconcerting simplicity. It is no longer necessary for an investigator to use the services of a technician to use the system.

Sergeant Jim Eddy was excited to explain how, during a recent interview, he was able to use the zoom feature to capture cell-phone evidence and use the touch screen to play videos to a suspect being interviewed. In the short time they’ve had MaestroVision technology, they’ve already seen a significant increase in the quality of evidence Lantana Police Department can collect during interviews.

The investment in this new technology, designed and manufactured by MaestroVision, offers the possibility of indexing all notes with interrogations. This feature makes it possible to find and quickly review a specific moment in an interrogation, hence saving valuable time to the investigators.

Direct contact:

Jill Shelton
Audio and video specialist for the United States
jshelton@maestrovision.com
Direct line: 561-305-7408

For more information about our solutions, call us at 1-888-424-5505.

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