Amazon Teams Up for International Law Enforcement Video Repository

By: Carlton Purvis, Published on Mar 18, 2014

A joint effort by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Amazon and SendUs, LEEDIR [link no longer available] (Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository) is an international system for collecting and managing video after a major emergency. We talked to Commander Scott Edson about its inception, and its first live test coming up on March 28th.

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