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Novonics at IACP 2012 - Advanced Use of Force Training System

Novonics Corp. and Dave Smith discuss AUFTS (Advanced Used of Force Training System), which includes simulated verbal interaction and use of weapons while on duty. A wide variety of scenarios prepares officers for experiences in the real world. AUFTS fills in the gaps of traditional training to better prepare LEOs.


Coban Technologies at IACP 2012

Coban Technologies at IACP 2012.


Advanced Public Safety and Grants at IACP 2012

Director of Grants Sarah Wilson speaks with Peter Tillman of Advanced Public safety about "Quick Ticket Solution" and how this technology has made traffic stops more efficient.


WatchGuard at IACP 2012

Robert Vanman speaks with Dave Smith at IACP 2012 about their new state-of-the-art innovations to store data.


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.


Priority Dispatch discusses Active Shooter Dispatch protocol at IACP 2012

Priority Dispatch discusses its yet-to-be-released active shooter protocol with Dave Smith. Call consistency with dispatchers is critical for officers responding to crises. Communications personnel need to be certified after training. The perpetual updates in protocols take officer input into consideration and change according to needs of agencies.


L-3 Mobile Vision Discusses Auto Evidence Management at IACP 2012

L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.


L-3 Reveals Rugged V-One Mobile Data Computer at IACP 2012

L3 discusses its tough V-One Mobile Data Computer solid-state system with infrared touchscreen. Engineered exclusively for law enforcement, it's designed to take the abuse that occurs in an officers' chaotic daily routine.


Coban Technologies discusses EDGE HD at IACP 2012

Coban Technologies discusses the details of the EDGE HD system, for better quality video, and its importance in providing vital evidence for LEOs.


Presynct Technologies Discusses Mobile Tech at IACP

Presynct Technologies discusses new devices and robust applications that can give officers the ability to input data in the field and store and sync it.