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These days, a squad car looks more like the cockpit of a fighter jet than a car — radios, MDTs, and other technology devices blinking and taking small bites (bytes) from an officer’s attention. In this issue, PoliceOne Contributor John Demand provides some tips to keep you safe despite an increasing number of disctractions.

Be sure to check out this report for additional PoliceOne coverage related to maintaining situational awareness, including an excellent new video segment from PoliceOne Columnist and Street Survival Instructor Dave Smith.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Tech Commentary
You put the windows up at high speeds and down in residential areas at night. Why not a similar plan for your phone or computer when driving gets stressful? Stay aware
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Every day there is another clever gizmo to add to your collection. How do you keep all those cell phones, MP3 players, cords, chargers, and other tech toys organized? An easy fix
Tech Tip
Even criminals eventually go to bed. Many officers use an iPod and an FM modulator to play music through the car stereo during those sometimes-long pauses in between calls.
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