VIEVU® | A BRAND OF THE SAFARILAND GROUP is a leading provider of body worn camera and video technologies, providing secure, high-quality video cameras for law enforcement, security, emergency medical services, first responders and retailers. The VIEVU Solution, the company’s next generation, fully-hosted cloud evidence management system, is built on Microsoft® Azure Government Cloud, the first enterprise cloud to directly support the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division. VIEVU was the first provider of body worn cameras with Automated Video Redaction technology, a highly advanced redaction tool built to automatically blur faces and objects recorded on body worn cameras, without user involvement, in order to protect the privacy and identity of victims, innocent bystanders, minors and undercover police officers. Built on police experience, VIEVU technology is used by thousands of law enforcement agencies in 17 countries. VIEVU received the highest score in an evaluation of body worn video by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. VIEVU is located in Seattle, Washington.
The Safariland Group is a leading global provider of a broad range of safety and survivability products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets. The Safariland Group offers a number of recognized brand names in these markets including Safariland®, Med-Eng®, ABA®, Second Chance®, VIEVU®, Mustang Survival®, Bianchi®, Break Free®, Protech® Tactical, Defense Technology®, Hatch®, Monadnock®, Identicator® and NIK®. The Safariland Group’s mission, “Together, We Save Lives”, is inherent in the lifesaving and protective products it delivers. The Safariland Group is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. The Safariland Group is a trade name of Safariland, LLC.
VIEVU currently designs, manufactures, sells, and implements the industry’s most trusted body worn camera and evidence management system, including the following:
Jason Wine (Vice President of Engineering & Technology)
Jason Wine, Vice President of Engineering, directs all engineering services for Safariland VIEVU’s Body Worn Camera Projects. This includes software design and engineering, technical support, engineer support, RMA processes, and quality assurance. Jason received a B.S. from the University of Washington and holds several IT related certifications from Microsoft and CompTIA. Jason came to VIEVU from Liberty Mutual Insurance where he served in several capacities including IT Support Analyst, Sr. Business Analyst and Manager of Corporate Security Systems. During his career, Jason gained extensive experience in desktop support, programming and design, and the administration of servers, PBXs and networks. He has developed high-level enterprise security and infrastructure management systems. Jason has worked with law enforcement entities, including the FBI, in an investigatory capacity by culling forensic and electronic case evidence. Jason has passed a CJIS compliant fingerprint and background check with the FBI, and has signed the CJIS security addendum.
Joe Pioli (Vice President, Key Accounts)
Joe Pioli is Vice President of Key Accounts for Safariland VIEVU. Joe joined VIEVU after a distinguished career of more than 24 years as an officer with the Seattle Police Department and the University of Washington, 15 years of which he served on SPD’s SWAT Team. Additionally, he is certified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM). Joe has acted as the internal ambassador for law enforcement in VIEVU, and supported body worn camera implementations at hundreds of agencies, including Oakland Police Department, Alameda County Sheriff’s office, Phoenix Police Department, Charleston Police Department (SC), Stockton Police Department (CA), and Riverside County Sheriff’s Office (CA). Joe has taken a hands-on role in training many of the officers at these deployments, as well as acting as a training team leader. For Prince William County, Joe will leverage his expertise to ensure the exceptional quality of the overall implementation. Specifically, Joe leads large agencies in implementing the hardware, software, infrastructure, and necessary administrative, supervisor, and train-the-trainer training.