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Midwest City, Oklahoma – Evidence Search

On August 25, 2013, at 22.00 hours, officers responded to a report of a gun discharge. A search was conducted. The suspect was located but no evidence was found. An hour after the shooting the supervisor on the scene requested the argus thermal imaging camera (the TT Type) be brought in. The victim had gone […]

The Beachy Head Chaplaincy – Missing Person

“When the argus TT Type came along I said wow, it blew me away!” said Mark Pybus, director of Beachy Head Chaplaincy. During a routine search, the police came across an empty car which had been left unlocked, it caused immediate concern that someone might be in danger along the downs.  The police instantly requested […]

December – 57 Mi-TICs for Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service

Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service are the latest UK Brigade to opt for the now coveted Argus Mi-TIC thermal imager from channel partner North Fire plc and will take 57 units in December. The decision to switch to a more modern, lightweight unit was made by Norfolk FRS and following a rigorous and thorough trial […]

November – Kent Fire & Rescue Service Opt for Mi-TICs across the fleet

Kent Fire & Rescue Service have invested in a further 74 Argus Mi-TIC thermal imagers from Channel Partner North Fire to enhance each front line appliance’s thermal imaging capability. The Mi-TICs initially won a rugged trial in Kent at the start of 2013 and following successful operation of what is now the comfortable UK market […]

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