CASTLE SHANNON, Pa. — The Castle Shannon Police Department is the first in Pennsylvania to utilize a new body camera technology that analyzes footage.
“It’s all in the interest of transparency and accountability,” said Chief Kenneth Truver.
The software, called “Truleo,” accesses police footage from a secured cloud, then uses artificial intelligence to transcribe police interactions and categorize the conduct.
“Officers generate enormous amounts of footage, somewhere between 20 to 30 hours per officer, per month,” said Truleo CEO and co-founder Anthony Tassone. “Less than 0.01% of the videos are ever watched.”
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