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mobiDEOS Retains Former Police Chief Stephen Cercone as Law Enforcement Advisor

Video surveillance and remote monitoring company mobiDEOS has added former police chief Stephen M. Cercone as law enforcement advisor, contributing industry knowledge and years of experience as the company intensifies its law enforcement strategy. Cercone will lead the company’s efforts in the public safety and law enforcement markets.

Cercone, a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Va., recently retired after 29 years in law enforcement. His leadership skills reduced crime rates and improved organizational efficiencies during his tenure as the chief of police for the city of Seaside, Calif. Cercone also served with the San Mateo (Calif.) Police Department and the Bellevue (Wash.) Police Department, with experiences including police administration, criminal investigation and SWAT team deployment.

mobiDEOS offers its MobileCamViewer for commercial and residential security systems, providing secure, carrier-grade, video surveillance and remote monitoring solutions over cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices. The company recently introduced WebView, which provides a fixed video surveillance and remote solution for desktop/laptop users.

MobileCamViewer and WebView work with a variety of professional IP cameras, servers and recording systems. Customers also have freedom of choice in operating system (including MAC) and mobile device (including BlackBerry, Android, iPad, iPhone and Windows Media).

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