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Technology-Newsletter-July-2009

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Dear P1 Member,

Earlier this month PoliceOne released a comprehensive guide to communications interoperability issues we co-produced with Cisco.

"Connecting the Dots: Enabling Interoperable Public Safety Communications" is now available both on the site and as a printable PDF download. Check it out.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
 
 
Technology Feature
Body armor tech: .06 is here
The latest technology twist in body armor — the move toward manufacturing vests to meet the new .06 standard — is one that is fully embraced by Safariland's Bob Weber as well as by engineers and executives at several other body armor companies ... Full article
Tech news analysis
TASER is good to go (three times)
Scottsdale-based TASER International kicked off its annual Conference and Master Instructor Training event by announcing the X3, a new ECD capable of firing up to three sets of probes without being reloaded. Everything we've heard indicates that the launch was met with near-universal praise ... Full analysis
P1 Tech help
What's your problem?
Before I became a cop, back when I was an "I.T. guy," I used to get some pretty funny questions. Questions like, "Hey John, my computer has a virus or something, it won’t let me watch this video." There are countless things I could write about here every month, but I want to make sure I’m addressing the stuff you think is most important. What gives YOU the most trouble? ... Full article
Technology News

Police using cell phones' silent data to nab criminals

Police in Penn. town target speeders

Ruling on lab testimony will slow process

Guidelines approved for Conn. city surveillance cameras

Ill. first responders aim to keep lines of communication open

NYPD gets radiation detectors to search for bombs

Despite technology, first responders operating on different frequencies

Panasonic's tiger-resistant laptop
Technology Videos
   
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