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Established in 2003, Clear2there Surveillance today offers a complete line of video surveillance solutions. Whether you need a basic video surveillance system for local monitoring or a system that has an unlimited number of cameras with networking capabilities to monitor multiple sites simultaneously, Clear2there has a solution for you.
Clear2there has a wide variety of DVR’s (digital video recorders), cameras and accessories to meet your needs. We carry a wide selection of anti-vandal, dome, bullet, professional and PTZ cameras in IP (internet protocol) and analog formats. Products are assembled and thoroughly tested in the United States.
Clear2there has installations in nearly every industry. We are committed to delivering the highest quality of video surveillance solutions to the industry. As a leader in technology and dedicated to excellent customer support Clear2there is ready to work with you.
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FTR Interrogator - Interview Room Audio & Video Recording Solution
Have you ever reopened an investigation only to find the tape with the interviews and witness statements was inaudible or damaged? Would you like an easy way to record interviews, take statements and create forensics and coroners reports? Now you can.
FTR has extended its success in digital court recording to the Law Enforcement arena. Built on our patented ThinkLink technology, the FTR Interrogator suite offers a simple, reliable and innovative way to capture, index, access and manage 2-channel digital audio and video recordings of police interviews and interrogations.
Why should you replace your existing VHS tape system now?
The quality of analog (VHS) recordings deteriorates drastically over time, tapes can get easily damaged or broken and it is hard to search for specific content. Further, with the rapid rise of the digital medium, VHS players are already becoming hard to find and service. Many states are beginning to require that recording systems be in operation during the interrogation process. So, now is the time to invest in future-proofing the process for recording your investigative interviews.