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Harris puts P25 PTT on smartphones, tablets, and other devices Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Harris puts P25 PTT on smartphones, tablets, and other devices

The BeOn app is available now for devices operating on Android, iOS, and Microsoft Windows - Full Story

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Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs

Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs

Although dispatchers and police officers have a special connection, dispatchers sometimes go unrecognized for their efforts to keep officers safe and informed. - Full Story

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Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs Karen L. Bune - Criminals, Victims, and Cops

Dispatchers: Unsung heroes and a 'lifeline' for LEOs

There is a special connection between police dispatchers and police officers - Full Story

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Tait Tough: Radio Thrown Into a Fire

We built the new Tait TP9400 P25 radio to be one of the toughest public safety radios ever made. After repeatedly exceeding the Military Specification tests, we decided to get a little more creative and see if we couldn't destroy the radio. Will it survive being thrown into a fire for several seconds and then being blasted by a fire extinguisher? Watch to find out how tough our Tait radios really are. Check out our other tests and learn more about the TP9400's exact specifications at http://www.taitradio.com/taittough..

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Protecting the games: Law enforcement's Olympic legacy of information sharing American Military University - In Public Safety

Protecting the games: Law enforcement's Olympic legacy of information sharing

By Jon Gordon, Deputy Chief (Retired), Atlanta Police Department & Professor of Homeland Security,... - Full Story

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Tait Tough: Radio blasted by a Water Cannon

We built the new Tait TP9400 P25 radio to be one of the toughest public safety radios ever made. After repeatedly exceeding the Military Specification tests, we decided to get a little more creative and see if we couldn't destroy the radio. Will it survive being blasted by a powerful blast from a water cannon i.e 4,800 liters of water per minute at a pressure of 1,800 kPa (261 pounds per square inch)? Watch to find out how tough our Tait radios really are. Check out our other tests and learn more about the TP9400's exact specifications at http://www.taitradio.com/taittough.

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Tait Tough: 52 Ton Tank Radio Crush Test

We built the new Tait TP9400 P25 radio to be one of the toughest public safety radios ever made. After repeatedly exceeding the Military Specification tests, we decided to get a little more creative and see if we couldn't destroy the radio. Will it survive being crushed by a 52 ton tank? Watch to find out how tough our Tait radios really are. Check out our other tests and learn more about the TP9400's exact specifications at http://www.taitradio.com/taittough.

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with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief