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Technology-Newsletter-March-2009

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Dear P1 Member,

Apologies to those of you who are receiving this twice. We had some slight technical issues with yesterday’s Technology eNewsletter, which are fixed in this version. In the March issue, we bring you more analysis on this month's big TASER announcement, as well as insight into data sharing for LE and a helpful tip on the utility of thumb drives.

Next week, we’ll be launching a brand new P1 eNewsletter focused on the topic of Mobility, tying in closely with the coming launch of P1Mobile, which will make it easier than ever to read P1 content on your phone. Check your inboxes next Tuesday for more on that.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
TECHNOLOGY FEATURE
TASER enters the data (biz)
During TASER’s recent product presentation I was at a loss for words. How would I describe a product that can impact resource allocation, officer safety, case file tracking, training and supervision, and policing as we know it? Then it occurred to me: It is not a product, it is a system... Full story
Technology Insight
Tech Q&A: David Heffner of CODY Systems
Every aspect of law enforcement is impacted by the ability of officers to communicate with each other tactically as well as the capacity for multiple agencies to share information strategically... Full story
Technology Helpdesk
Last year, I introduced you to thumb (Flash) drives as an incredibly simple—but equally useful—tool for police officers. I revisit the topic here to review one particular Thumb drive I recently purchased... Full Tip
Technology in the News
Itronix wants title of "most rugged" police laptop
[Spokane, WA]

More police using gunfire detection system
[East Palo Alto, CA]

Troopers go car-fishing with help of robots
[Hackensack, NJ]

Fla. cop mixes tradition, technology to fight crime
[Boca Raton, FL]
Technology Product Videos

Safariland at Shot Show 2009
 
WatchGuard at IACP
 
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