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San Diego Police Department selects Dynamic Instruments for its next generation Dispatch Voice Recording System

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Dynamic Instruments, a leading manufacturer of voice recording systems and related software tools for performance improvement and liability protection, announced today it has been selected by San Diego Police Department (SDPD) to supply the next generation voice recording system for its 911 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Center and Dispatch Operations.  San Diego is the eighth largest city in the United States and the second largest in California.  It has varied demographics, a wide ranging topology, and a diverse economy requiring innovative ways to fight crime and improve the quality of life for all San Diegans.  Reliable voice recording is essential to support the public safety services it provides.


The solution that SDPD selected included redundant DI Reliant digital voice recorders; central storage functionality for data backup and playback; incident recreation software; plus installation, training and extended support services.  The DI Reliant recorders will integrate analog radio, digital phones, and pending VoIP (voice over internet protocol) telecommunications inputs, all in a single chassis.  The central storage application utilizes innovative, proven data management and back-up technology.  The easy to use incident recreation software will be provided as both a desktop and web based application.  The system also comes with network monitoring and quality assurance software applications.  This is SDPD's second generation of Dynamic Instruments equipment.

For more information on Dynamic Instruments and its voice recording products, visit


  -Corporate News/ (via Dynamic Instruments, July 20, 2010)

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