Romanian Police Force Purchases 12,000 Cameras from Motorola
Thursday, July 16, 2020 | Comments

The General Inspectorate for the Romanian Police, the national police force and main civil law enforcement agency in Romania, signed a contract with Motorola Solutions for an integrated body-worn camera solution that consists of 12,000 body-worn cameras including back-end VideoManager software.

The Romanian Police serve a population of more than 22 million, and the body-worn cameras will play an important role supporting public safety. The cameras have been shown to deter aggression and protect those working on the front line, as well as gaining community transparency and building trust. They can also provide secure evidence to aid in court proceedings. Body-worn camera technology has been proven to be incredibly valuable to many policing situations, from demonstrating accountability of all parties to capturing evidence and assisting in the prosecution of cases, a Motorola statement said.

“The safety of the public and our officers across Romania continues to be of paramount importance,” said Liviu Vasilescu, chief quaestor of police. “These body-worn cameras allow us to continue to protect and serve the Romanian public in the safest and most efficient way.

In 2018, the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police signed a contract to provide its police force with 10,000 TETRA portable radios from Motorola as part of a public tender.

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On 8/5/20, Alex Balba said:
There wasn t any tender though. Just a charity act..
Good old Motorola.....


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