Motorola, Inc. offers a public safety mobile digital video solution designed to address the growing need for in-vehicle video recording during public safety incidents. Motorola's Mobile Video Enforcer (MVE) will enhance officer safety and provide valuable evidence collection and management capabilities. Mobile Video Enforcer consists of a Mobile Digital Video Recorder (MDVR) mounted in an officer's vehicle and a Digital Video Management Solution (DVMS) located at the police department. The MDVR captures full-motion, DVD quality video using MPEG-2 video. It features pre-event and automatic event- triggered recording capabilities. Incident and criminal profile information are stored with each video. The MDVR functions as a standalone unit but can also be interfaced with a Motorola MW800 or ML900 rugged computing device which provides full control of the MDVR through the mobile data terminal display, including displaying video. The DVMS automatically uploads, archives, and organizes captured video from all docked MDVR units. An embedded classification system features two tiers of agency-defined data fields. The file and retention system is integrated with the classification system to ensure local policy compliance. The system is designed to automatically update corresponding MDVRs with software changes, streamlining ongoing maintenance requirements. Video clips and still images can be retrieved within seconds from the database in a standard format for supervisory review, training, or evidentiary purposes. Its QuickZoom License Plate Capture provides a wide field of view, capturing 400 percent more information than analog systems. The automatic zoom feature also compensates for ambient light conditions, allowing important information to be captured automatically, such as license plate tags.