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Digital Ally (NASDAQ:DGLY), which is engaged in developing , manufacturing and advanced video recording products and safety products for emergency management , law enforcement and fleet safety , on September 7, 2021 announced receiving a notable order from Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office for extra forty FirstVu HD body-worn cameras being hosted on the EVO Web Portal evidence management solution.

With Digital Ally’s subscription program , the Sheriff office has now put more than sixty body-worn cameras in a year throughout county jail and patrol units.

Major David Thaxton, Wyandotte County Sheriff’s Office, said that it places trust in Digital’s staff and technology as it has seen the value and need for both in-car systems as well as body-worn cameras. Major Thaxton said that the new purchase will bolster commitment towards safety by officers towards the community.

 Stan Ross, CEO of Digital Ally, said that the Sheriff Office is important in Kansas City area for adoption and implementing of body-worn and in-car policies. Ross expressed excitement on continuing work with the Sheriff office and community.

Digital Ally has complete host of product solutions including body cameras and vehicle cameras in addition to flexible storage , recording technology as well as safety products.

The company also came out with shield Health Protection Products line including Shield Cleansers as well as an electrostatic sprayer for fast and efficient disinfecting of large areas besides protective equipment such as face masks and gloves.