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Dear P1 Member,

The year is drawing to a close! For our last Technology eNewsletter, we cover the top trends in police technology. We also discuss how law enforcement and social media often clashed over the past 12 months.

And lastly, we introduce a mobile app that relieves the stress of having to name a car model on the spot.
If you have any suggestions or thoughts for what you would like to see in this newsletter in 2013, send me an email.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
2012 in Review
Top trends in police technology
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
For 2012, here are the major categories of technology that may have been around for a while, but were recognized and embraced this year as viable and an important addition to the gear locker. 8 categories
social media for cops
The risks we face with social media
By Terry Dwyer, PoliceOne Columnist
How many stories have we encountered over the past few years about law enforcement and other first responders who lost their jobs or were disciplined over the posting of social media content? Too many
Mobile Technology
App can 'name that car' in seconds
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Unless you're a serious car buff, naming one of the more than 30 years worth of car models on the road at any give time is an impossible task. The typical witness will be even less astute. How can you be sure?
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