Law Enforcement

ICOP Pro Video System

Safety Vision

April 10, 2015 - Products

One of the more interesting aspects of Safety Vision's new ICOP Pro system is its size. The ICOP Pro's DVR is about the size of a standard commercial car radio, so it can be easily mounted in any patrol vehicle.

A key feature of the ICOP Pro is a 4.3-inch TFT LCD Power Control Monitor for live viewing, video playback, configuration setup, and event marking. Other features include mirror recording to a backup SD card, a lockable media door, and a mag strip reader on the Power Control Monitor for quick capture of driver license data.

The ICOP Pro is available with a 1TB hard drive or a 128GB SD card for evidence storage. It is compatible with Safety Vision's ICOP MCAM cameras and Extreme wireless mics. Backend software for managing evidence captured by the ICOP Pro also works with Safety Vision's Prima Facie body-worn video system.

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