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Some U.S. police forces are about to begin trials of Jade Investigator, which is already operational in Asia-Pacific and Europe. (Image courtesy of Jade Software)
Connecting the dots with new investigation software
Law enforcement agencies worldwide are under constant pressure to find ways to share information between jurisdictions as well as across language and cultural boundaries.

Potentially useful information remains trapped in silos, resistant to computer systems and protocols that promise to make greater use of this data ... Full Story
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New device helps police gather online evidence

Calif. sheriff adopts paper-free crime report database

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“I’m just browsing.”
The Internet is a cooperative message-forwarding system that links networks all over the world – some have called it a “network of networks.” When the Internet first took off, practically everyone connected to the Internet via telephone... Full Story

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PoliceOne Technology Insight
A patrol officer for West Valley City (Utah) PD enters information into Spillman’s field-based Accident Reporting Interface. (Photo courtesy of Spillman Technologies)
The future of CAD — Q&A with Spillman Technologies
Spillman Technologies has been producing and providing public safety software solutions for more than 25 years; more than 700 agencies and 45,000 public safety professionals in 35 states across America use Spillman software.

PoliceOne recently had a dialog with two executives from Spillman – CEO Lance Clark and product manager Alan Harker – on the topic: “What is the future of CAD?”... Full Story
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Idaho police now send reports from squads

October 2008 Product Roundup: CAD/RMS Software

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PoliceOne Technology in the News
Mayor Paul A. Dyster joins Patrolman Jeff Grzeskowiak in an electric car presented to Niagara Falls PD by Richard Kessel, right, president of N.Y. Power Authority. (Photo courtesy of Bill Michelmore, Buffalo News)
Niagra Falls P.D. goes green with electric cars
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — Mayor Paul A. Dyster calls himself a "green mayor," as in environmentally friendly, and now his city is officially a green zone in the eyes of the New York Power Authority. Each vehicle could just about fit in the trunk of the two Ford Crown Victoria police cars they will replace, but Police Superintendent John R. Chella is glad to have them ... Full Story

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PoliceOne Technology Tips
Capture the moment ZipCuff one-hand deployable restraint
Small, easy-to-operate digital cameras are now readily available and not terribly expensive. Get one to keep in your patrol bag or even your back pocket when you're on duty. A quick digital shot or two can ... Read tip

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Patented reusable restraint and control technology enables the officer to cuff both wrists and control a suspect with one hand, leaving the other hand free for protection ...
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Press Releases


ICOP and Sprint Team Up For School Bus Safety, Security and Emergency Preparedness/Response
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L-3 Launches New Thermal-Eye® Renegade-320
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ITT Receives Additional Order for Systems to Thwart Improvised Explosive Devices
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Datalux Corporation Introduces New Tracer
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