Its name is new, but ELSAG North America is the same progressive company leading the U.S. in Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology. Its advanced Mobile Plate Hunter-900 is used by more than 300 law enforcement agencies in 28 states.
HUMBOLDT, Calif. — The Humboldt Drug Task Force and the Eureka Police Department raided two separate residences early Thursday morning, to the elation of area residents who have long claimed the houses were an epicenter of drug activity.
"If we have a success in one place, that will hopefully embolden other neighborhoods to stand up and address problems" ...Full Story
U.S. Armor recommends that body armor be worn when qualifying or other training involves any type of firearm, whether it is a "training weapon" or not. Scenario-based training is designed to provide as much of a "real world" experience as possible, which should include vest wear to acclimate the trainee to performing all mission activities while wearing armor.
In this week's PoliceOne video tip, trainer Lou Ann Hamblin explains how officers on the move and aiming at a suspect can better increase their chances of staying on target by minimizing the "bounce" of their front sights ...Full Tip
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Vidicode has introduced the new Octo digital call recorder. It can record up to 8 telephone or radio lines. Whether it’s an emergency call or taking a statement, no vital call will be missed. Each call is stored automatically and easily retrieved.
"Better make sure to have a sworn officer close. I've had more than one 'routine' accident or low-risk call turn into a fist fight very quickly. I hope they are providing a lot of personal defense training to these folks."
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