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911 dispatcher sends mom to rescue before police

She knew her mother would reach a stranded boater in her kayak before the police boat could get there - Full Story

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Report Writing – Chronological Order

In this segment, William Fogarty suggests taking time to review the incident and documenting all of the incident chronologically.

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7 disciplined over D.C. officer's ambulance delay

They've been referred for "appropriate personnel action" after a cop waited 20 minutes after being hit by a vehicle on his motorcycle - Full Story

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Teen's call to 911 lands robbers in police hands

Officers had surrounded the house by the time the thieves took off, thanks to the teen and 911 dispatcher - Full Story

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Cisco at IACP 2012

Dave Smith talks with Bob Stanberry about interpretation services provided by Cisco, which gives real time, high-definition video interpretation.

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Warrant seeks NIU VP, former police chief communication

The warrant offers no details about what is the target of the investigation, and it makes no allegations of wrongdoing by anyone - Full Story

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Dallas police chief prohibits use of MDCs in non-emergencies

He states that only in life-threatening situations should police be typing while driving - Full Story

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Kronos Testimonial: Brad Johnson

Police Chief Brad Johnson talks about how Kronos has signifcantly helped his department why he would recommend it to other police agencies.

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NYPD radio horseplay results in discipline

'Stepping' on others' transmissions, long a sign of disapproval, now resulting in suspensions for some - Full Story

In-depth News

Futuristic police work - in the making

Futuristic police work - in the making

Police departments worldwide are benefiting as software and technology companies compete with each other to stay in top, as the latest innovations are being applied to forensics, crime scene investigations, and police safety. With developments like infrared-reading and GPS-tracking eye-wear, DNA-filled gun pellets, and portable body scanners, futuristic, movie-like methods of policing don't seem so fictional. - Full Story



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