The LASERcam 4 is the UK’s newest Home Office Type Approved Video LIDAR speed meter, and it can capture high-quality video evidence of speeding offences as well as other moving traffic violations. VMS is a browser-based solution which provides a true end-to-end capability and can process all types of enforceable driving, moving traffic, and parking offences — both criminal and civil. Together, these solutions enable Staffordshire Police to enhance its road safety enforcement capabilities and support modern digital policing by negating the need for any removable media and the introduction of an end-to-end audit trail.
The contract also ensures that Staffordshire Police are compliant with the National Enabling Programme (NEP), which aims to standardise the technology used by police forces across the UK. By adopting Truvelo's solutions, Staffordshire Police can benefit from improved interoperability, data security and efficiency.
Truvelo's Technical Sales Manager, Steve Townsend, said: "We are delighted to have been awarded this contract by Staffordshire Police, which demonstrates their confidence in our products and services. We look forward to working with them to deliver a successful implementation and provide ongoing support. This contract also reinforces our position as a trusted supplier on the CCS TTAS framework, which we believe offers significant value and convenience to our public sector customers."