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Infographic: How the Internet of Everything in Public Safety and Justice improves police data

How people, data, processes and things help public safety increase operational efficiency - Full Story

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How DragonForce solved the real-time tactical collaboration problem

How DragonForce solved the real-time tactical collaboration problem

DragonForce allows officers to create a common operating picture using commercial mobile devices - Full Story

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Faster, more effective police unit collaboration with DragonForce

Faster, more effective police unit collaboration with DragonForce

DragonForce’s integrated real-time collaboration suite fits the needs of police units large and small - Full Story

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How mobile solutions are keeping cops connected on the job

Mobile applications supporting police, fire, and medical response units have transitioned from simple text and voice to rich multimedia applications - Full Story

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3 technologies that will change how police communicate

3 technologies that will change how police communicate

Integrated push-to-talk, NPSBN and multi-band radios will soon expand how police can communicate on scene - Full Story

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Next-generation strategies for interoperability

Next-generation strategies for interoperability

Public-safety IT managers need to focus on publish-and-subscribe models for interoperable, public-safety networks - Full Story

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Cyber-security and the PSAP Michelle Perin - Communications and Communicators

Cyber-security and the PSAP

DHS and FBI outline the increase in attacks on PSAPs and express concerns about keeping public safety communications secure - Full Story

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Advanced Public Safety discusses Grants and E-Ticketing at IACP 2012

PoliceGrantsHelp and Advanced Public Safety discuss E-Ticketing solutions. APS's technology increases officer efficiency and decreases traffic stops by automating the citation process. Information is transferred directly from state systems so more accurate information is available to officers. Less paper = less backup.

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