By Mike Boyle
Over the last decade, many law enforcement agencies have embraced the concept of a patrol rifle — a shoulder fired weapon with more power than the handgun and greater reach than a shotgun. Typically, semi-auto military-style rifles are selected to fill this role, with the AR-15 and its many clones being the most popular.
Will continue to dominate the scene
By Tim Dees The promise of “liquid body armor” incorporating shear-thickening fluid (STF) has been on the horizon for at least seven years, ever since the technology was first developed at the University of Delaware. Within 2 years?
See Tactical Electronics Under Door Camera in Action
The Tactical Electronics Under Door Camera: UDC4, is a highly portable camera providing the user with wireless inspection of rooms behind closed doors. An IR LED Illuminator, 4 IR LEDS and a light sensitive black and white camera provide covert wireless vision to any dark area. The mini DVR records real-time video directly to a high capacity SD card for post operation review and archiving.
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department and the Columbia Police Department have launched the 'Aerial Intelligence and Response' program for surveillance, search and rescue, and SWAT operations.
Need some "A.I.R."?
Technology to help respond to an active shooter or large attack
Beep beep beep. The signal does not mark the arrival of an everyday type of text message, but rather an alert that a suspected shooter has been reported in a downtown high school. The shift commander quickly accesses the Kansas City Regional Asset Protection and Response System on his PDA and instantly begins to review critical infrastructure information that will help lead to a quick and successful resolution of the situation.
Developed after Columbine
C4i delivers more value to their award-winning SwitchplusIP® with the addition of new features: increasing telephony call queue capability with the new Call Queue Overflow; GUI enhancements to reduce the number of button presses; PTT from cell phones; and additional support for sound card based operator workstations.
Learn more at www.c4i.com/flash
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