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Holcomb Police Department Selects ICOP Model 20/20

March 7, 2007

LENEXA, KS – The Holcomb Police Department in Kansas has selected the ICOP Model 20/20 for deployment in its patrol fleet. The model comes from ICOP Digital, Inc., an company engaged in advancing digital surveillance solutions.

Sergeant Mathew Cole of the Holcomb Police Department said, “It’s difficult to say which aspect of the ICOP Model 20/20 is the best, but the system’s pre-event recording feature is most certainly among the top ten.”

The ICOP Model 20/20 is a digital in-car video recorder system for law enforcement. The ICOP Guardian is a stationary IP camera that records high quality video images on a local server, and is capable of activation through several triggers. ICOP LIVE delivers live streaming video to and from first responder vehicles and headquarters, empowering first responders with enhanced situational awareness, helping to optimize the outcome of a crisis.

For more information, please view the following video presentations at www.icopdigital.com/why_icop.html and www.ICOP.com/veil.html, or visit www.ICOP.com.

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