The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine received $4 million worth of equipment to digitize Russia's war crimes
Two private companies, AXON and Benish GPS, donated $4 million worth of special equipment (chest video recorders) to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. It will allow Ukrainian law enforcement to effectively collect and digitize evidence of Russian war crimes against Ukraine.
The equipment received by the Ministry of Internal Affairs is considered to be one of the best examples in its field. Investigators and forensic scientists will use the body cameras provided by the companies to capture traces of war crimes, and the data will be transferred to a single archive of historical memory of Russia's aggression against peaceful Ukraine.
The American company AXON is a leader in producing high-tech security equipment, together with Benish GPS - one of the leaders in the IT market in Europe.
AXON and Benish GPS call on international companies to join in helping Ukraine at this difficult time.