By Tim Dees
For as long as I can remember, police pursuits have been a delicate and controversial topic. An adaptation of existing technology from StarChase offers an alternative to the prolonged vehicle pursuit. StarChase's solution places a locating transmitter onto the fleeing vehicle. Officers can then monitor the vehicle’s travel via a web browser, and corner the driver at a place of their choosing when he believes he’s safe. Tag the suspect vehicle, then fall back & wait
Analyze, forecast and intervene with GeoLynx CrimeAnalyst
GeoComm's GeoLynx CrimeAnalyst enables you to analyze, forecast, and intervene in a crime series. GeoLynx CrimeAnalyst provides you with the tools needed to geographically define criminal activities in order to detect patterns, trends, and, ultimately, to make intelligent policing decisions based on actionable data.
Old West gunslingers wore their sidearms and ammo on a gun belt, and cops have been using that platform for their equipment ever since. With the addition of handcuffs, baton, radio, glove pouch, TASER, and whatever, the belt became heavier, and now there’s seldom any room for more gear. New tech may resolve back problems
The SafeDrive MiniDVR™ mobile digital video recorder (MDVR) system with two integrated cameras installs directly to the windshield, securely and permanently. The system captures video of road and cabin, with both a forward-facing and an interior-facing camera. With its compact size and mounting versatility, this reasonably priced, feature-rich MDVR is adaptable to any vehicle in your fleet.
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