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Top Mobile Apps in 2013: Remote control squads; Are apps safe for LEOs?

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Dear PoliceOne Member,

During the past half-decade, police use of smartphone applications has exploded. There are apps to replace your ballistics tables, your Swiss Army knife, and your Black’s Law Dictionary. Yes, you can even read PoliceOne on our apps for Android and iPhone.

This month we’re investigating mobile applications designed specifically for — and in some cases, conceived by — law enforcement officers. Tim Dees has put together a pair of roundup articles on apps developed for the two major operating systems, and I’ve examined how two law enforcement agencies are already using a brand new mobile application. And of course, we feature a roundtable discussion of industry experts on how mobile apps are affecting law enforcement.


— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief


PoliceOne Roundtable
Police Mobile App Roundtable: Are they safe to use?
This month we're investigating mobile applications designed specifically for — and in some cases, conceived by — law enforcement officers. Where do we go from here
policeone exclusive
4 helpful police smartphone apps for Android
Android is a friendlier platform for developers, so you get a wide variety of applications. Useful for working cops
Kentucky cops stay safe with new mobile app
Changing light bars and signals remotely helps keep La Grange officers on the scene, not in their cars. Hesitation at first
policeone exclusive
3 great, cheap police iPhone apps
Of the apps written for use by law enforcement officers, here are some of those I found to be the best balance of functionality and price. Less than $3.99
policeone exclusive
Mobile app aims to save lives with targeted alerts
The Ping4 app and service is highly configurable for users on both Apple iOS and Android-based mobile phones. ping4alerts!
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