The Nation’s Largest Risk Pool Partners With LensLock After Successful Member Pilot Program San Diego, CA: Today, LensLock™ a mobile technology solutions company specializing in body worn cameras for law enforcement announced that they were approved by the CSAC EIA Loss Prevention Committee to enter into an agreement that would help provide body worn cameras to law enforcement agencies in California. As the nation’s largest risk pool, CSAC EIA repeatedly heard law enforcement agencies mention they faced challenges in finding the right business partner to support their body worn camera needs. CSAC EIA set out to find a vendor that would provide this mission critical hardware while using a high-level client first approach to business. After successful member pilot programs, CSAC EIA realized LensLock was an organization that could meet this expectation.
To hit the challenges head-on, LensLock developed a true public safety friendly business model. Jon Handy Founder and CEO said “After serving thousands of public safety agencies for more than a decade at TargetSolutions, we’ve figured out how to exceed client expectations. So by blending this business strategy with the right mobile technology and industry leading business partners like Microsoft and CSAC EIA, LensLock will make a positive impact for the law enforcement agencies that protect us”. Charles Williams, CSAC EIA’s Loss Prevention Manager said “We’re excited to partner with a company that is so focused on supporting the client. Offering a product is one thing but providing a client experience is another. I’m confident LensLock will do exactly that.”
About LensLock, Inc.: LensLock, based in San Diego, CA. is a turn-key mobile technology company providing body worn camera, software, and secure cloud services focused on ensuring that digital video and data captured is safely maintained in our Microsoft Azure CJIS Government Cloud solution.
LensLock’s secure video management platform helps bring peace of mind to law enforcement officers, while also maintaining an end-to-end chain of custody to ensure digital evidence has not been compromised. LensLock utilizes a digital fingerprint at the time of capture combined with other meta-data attributes so agencies can manage their critical digital evidence 24/7.