Lenexa-based Digital Ally said the police department in Ferguson, Mo., has ordered additional in-car and body video cameras and other system equipment.
The order followed earlier equipment purchases by the town’s police department after Michael Brown was killed last year by an officer in Ferguson.
Digital Ally did not disclose the value of the latest Ferguson order.
Alan Eickhoff, Ferguson’s assistant police chief, said in the company’s announcement that officers have used Digital Ally’s equipment for the last year.
“Deploying this type of technology to all of our officers will increase transparency between our department and the public as we work to rebuild trust between the department and our community,” Eickhoff said.
Digital Ally has seen a growing market over the past year for its video cameras and other surveillance equipment used by law enforcement agencies. The company said it provides equipment to more than 200 police departments in Missouri.