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Technology-Newsletter-February-2008




Multiple scientific fields are integrated into HVHF to understand and maximize human responses in high-stress situations. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Factoring the human into police technology
A group of scientists and researchers are studying an aspect of human performance that you have probably never heard of. This new field is called High Velocity Human Factors, or HVHF, and it will be a key factor in the future of law enforcement.

Its goal is making police technology and the technology-user interface as sensible and easy to use as possible to people in high-stress, mission-critical situations..... Full Story

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Technology in the News
Wireless info system for N.Y. cops may go citywide



NEW YORK — A $500 million high-tech information system for police and firefighters being tested in lower Manhattan could go citywide by the summer, officials said Monday.

The system enables officers to pull mug shots at crime scenes and gives firefighters building blueprints as they race to a blaze. Being tested since last January, the New York City Wireless Network could be expanded as early as April, officials said at a City Council hearing Monday.... Full Story

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Free Web site maps crime reports, calls

Tenn. SO reaches out with online video

Pa. officers get DHS grants for laptops

S.C. police move into the 21st Century

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PoliceOne Technology Tips
"Radar on" may work against you Lithium-powered backup light


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Press Releases

Tait to Demonstrate P25 ISSI Interoperability Operation at IWCE
[Tait Radio Communications]

EFJ, Inc. Introduces Rapid Response Video-to-Vehicle Kit
[EFJohnson]

Commercial Electronics Launches Call Recording Campaign
[Commercial Electronics]

New World Systems Introduces Mobile 8.0
[New World Systems]

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