The Good and Bad of Ring’s Partnership With Law Enforcement Agencies


Law enforcement agencies have begun to partner with Amazon’s Ring video doorbell. The partnership allows for these agencies to request video footage from the doorbells through an app in an effort to solve crimes in the area.

From a business perspective these partnerships make a lot of sense for Amazon. As law enforcement agencies look for options to reduce crime, partnerships such as these offer a cost-effective solution for obtaining more information.

On the other hand, questions of privacy naturally come to mind in cases like this. Will the knowledge that Ring has partnered with local police cause consumers to look elsewhere for their security needs? Hear what Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern had to say in this excerpt from Business Casual.

Tune in to Business Casual, MarketScale’s live radio broadcast, every Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. CST.

Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B!


Forging Connections: Flipping CAPA on It’s Head with Prevention
October 4, 2022
Waste and lost money run rampant in various sectors, and healthcare and pharmaceuticals are no exception. Bethany Kearney, Director of Enablement for Sparta Systems, and Zillery Fortner, Product Read more
E2B: Energy to Business: Why Threat of Rail Strike Heightened Supply Chain Issues
October 4, 2022
  Freight rail is a critical mode of logistics and transportation for moving products throughout the supply chain. So, when the recent threat of a rail strike nearly derailed the supply chain and cost the Read more
Better Broadband: IoT and Connectivity as a Service
October 4, 2022
 In early July 2022, nearly a quarter of the Canadian population was disconnected after a significant network went down. The outage impacted emergency services, banks, hospitals, and nearly every Read more