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How Boston Marathon led to widespread adoption of tourniquets Lindsey J. Bertomen - Police Products

How Boston Marathon led to widespread adoption of tourniquets

After successful deployment at the Boston Marathon, tourniquets go mainstream - Full Story

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How real-time crime center technologies are force multipliers

How real-time crime center technologies are force multipliers

New technologies promise to connect disparate systems for improved situational awareness - Full Story

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5 drone technologies for COs

Drones armed with cameras and sensor payloads have been used by military and border control agencies for decades to improve situational awareness. Commercialization now has brought more UAVs, or unmanned aerial vehicles, to market — making such eyes-in-the-sky an invaluable tool for corrections officers.

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Patriot3 Flex Shield protects police in the line of fire

Patriot3 Flex Shield protects police in the line of fire

The USA-made Patriot3 Flex Shield protects police under fire - Full Story

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Can DNA-marked goods stave off thieves?

Stockholm police are testing Applied DNA Sciences’ DNANet, a tiny, plant-based DNA-based taggant used to mark and later connect thieves to stolen household wares.

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Can DNA-marked goods stave off thieves? Mary Rose Roberts - Gadgets and Trends

Can DNA-marked goods stave off thieves?

Applied DNA Sciences uses a DNA-based, anti-theft mark in a pilot project with Swedish police. - Full Story

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5 wearable tech trends for police Mary Rose Roberts - Gadgets and Trends

5 wearable tech trends for police

Off-the-shelf wearable technologies connect police to data - Full Story

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MILO system offers Ottumwa Police Department Virtual Training

The MILO system may look like a video game on the surface, but it's actually a training simulator that lets the officers of the Ottumwa Police Department engage in life-like scenarios, everything from a hostile traffic stop, to a robbery, to an active shooter situation.

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How to deal with a bad day

Coach Bob Lindsey of Verbal Defense & Influence talks with PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie about techniques officers can use to get through a bad moment or a bad day.

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K-9 Supreme Court case

Attorney Laura Scarry discusses a case out of Florida dealing with K9 searches involving the curtilage of a home with Law Enforcement Expert Betsy Brantner Smith.