Force Protection Video Introduces the Citadel C1 Camera System to Address U.S. Graffiti Problems

March 24, 2016

Force Protection Video Equipment Corp today introduced its latest camera system to Law Enforcement and Security Agencies. The C1, Citadel camera system is designed to combat and deter Graffiti, illegal dumping and other property crimes, the self-contained system is solar powered (the solar power package is eligible for a 30% Federal energy Tax Credit (ITC))

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The C1 Citadel can be easily relocated between problem locations. No external power is required. Visit for more information on the C1 Citadel.

The C1 is designed to combat one of the major property crimes in the United States, Graffiti. An estimated $12 Billion ( is spent a year on cleaning up graffiti in the United States. The C1 can also deter and notify law enforcement to remote illegal border crossings, illegal dumping and other property crimes such as vandalism, copper thefts, burglaries in warehouse districts and railroad yards. Equipped with cell and text notification, a spotlight for nighttime and a warning speaker, this system is a proven deterrent and an extremely valuable tool for security and law enforcement officers.

Paul Feldman, the President and CEO of Force Protection Video, has designed and provided security equipment that has been used at the Olympics Super Bowl, the US Open Golf Championship, US Mints, NATO Headquarters, Military bases and embassies worldwide.

Force Protection Video also sells the LE10 on the body police cameras. The LE10 rugged HD design which incorporates Ambarella (NASDAQ AMBA) made chips that allow cameras and other devices to record high definition video. It is the chip supplier of the popular GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) sports cameras.

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