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Communications

The Police Communications topic provides news, analysis, tips and info on issues such as D-Block reallocation, interoperability, the 700 MHz public safety broadband spectrum, and 800 MHz narrowbanding deadlines and wireless communications devices.
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October 25, 2011

Wall Street protesters get 'Getting Arrested' app

As they're about to be arrested, users can hit one button and alert everyone on their list - Full Story
October 15, 2011

Cops need permission, but no warrant, for cell phone data

A federal judge says police need a judge's permission to get cell phone companies to turn over data - Full Story
October 14, 2011

Citizen's site makes Wash. cops' videos public

Eric Rachner won a $60k public-disclosure judgment against the Seattle Police Department for denying it had dash cam footage - Full Story
September 29, 2011

Hackers attack NYPD cop in pepper spray video

The hacker group Anonymous leaked the personal information of a deputy inspector they claim maced a group - Full Story
September 26, 2011

Woman asks Facebook friends to report her robbery

Deprived of her phone, woman used her computer to report the crime - Full Story
September 23, 2011

NC city to build wireless network for police, fire

Officials say people surfing the web on smart phones has led to problems for police and fire departments - Full Story
September 14, 2011
Chicago to publish crime stats online

Chicago to publish crime stats online

Chicago's crime data release goes beyond what other major police departments do, crime experts say - Full Story
September 14, 2011

ACLU: Stop prosecuting citizens recording police

The ACLU is defending their 'program of monitoring police conduct and practices' - Full Story
September 12, 2011

'Anonymous' draws increased scrutiny from govt

The hacker group has the attention of the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal investigators - Full Story
September 07, 2011

Calif. Bay Area responders still not on same radio frequency

Progress has been hampered by high costs, intergovernmental wrangling, multilayered bureaucracy and technology that's still evolving - Full Story



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