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Toughbook Depot Tough Test #2–
To prove they're just as tough as new, we took our refurbished Panasonic Toughbook laptops to the field and let some of the toughest public safety professional put them to the test.
Toughbook Depot Tough Test #1–
To prove they're just as tough as new, Panasonic Toughbook took their refurbished laptops to the ballpark and let some of the toughtest public safety professionals put them to the test.
LaGrange Residents Can Text Tips to Police–
tip411™ helps you engage community members of all ages by enabling anyone with a cell phone to text anonymous tips that can be responded to in real time by authorized personnel in your agency. Law enforcement, schools, call centers, and tip hotlines in over 1000 communities are benefitting from the use of tip411™ as a tool for cost effectively engaging citizens in helping to make their communities safer. Text and Web tips are accessible via any internet browser with a secure username and password. Authorized personnel can review, respond to and manage all inbound tips from one interface.
Introduction to IACPCommunityPolicing.org–
Untitled Document Chairperson of the IACP Community Policing Committee, Todd A. Miller, gives a introduction of the IACPCommunityPolicing.org web site where you can apply for the 2010 IACP Community Policing Awards competition.
DNR launches tip411 anonymous text program to report violations–
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has added a text messaging option to ways the public can report hunting, fishing, trapping, recreational vehicle and environmental violations. DNR is launching tip411, an internet based tool that enables the public to text message an anonymous tip to DNR. Hotline operators respond back creating a two way anonymous “chat.”
Missouri State Highway Patrol equipped with Cisco solutions–
Integrated communications with Emergency Response Vehicles equipped with Cisco solutions
Clearwater Police Get a Technology Boost–
Clearwater gets digital in-car video systems that captures stuff that happened 30 seconds before the officer starts recording. This technology makes it very difficult for the defendants to lie about what happened.
Gangs use social media to find members–
When you join social-networking sites like Facebook, be careful who you become friends with. More gang members are joining the networks and operating online.
TASER AXON and How it Works–
In this PoliceOneTV video, Betsy Bratner-Smith speaks with an Instructor at TASER Intl. about the several changes made to the AXON. The AXON is an on-officer tactical computer and video/audio recorder that captures incidents from the officer's perspective.For more information about the TASER Foundation visit - www.taserfoundation.org Submit your AXON video to Taser here.
WatchGuard Video at IACP 2008–
WatchGuard Video is a leading manufacturer of innovative law enforcement mobile technology solutions. WatchGuard's flagship product, the DV-1, records video evidence direct to DVD-Video in the vehicle, eliminating the need for back office equipment for personnel. This in-car digital video system is housed in a compact, overhead console mounted between the visors of most standard law enforcement vehicles. A two-piece modular version is also available.
COBAN Technologies at IACP 2008–
COBAN manufactures state-of-the-art mobile data computers and digital video recording equipment for the public safety, utility and military community. In addition to cutting edge mobile computing devices and digital video technology, COBAN employs the latest communication, database, and storage technologies to deliver complete and scalable solutions to our customers, regardless of the size of the agency.
TEA at Trexpo East 2008–
Television Equipment Associates, Inc. (TEA) was founded in 1969 and quickly became the dominant supplier of Video delay lines and filters, digital interface and routing systems, as well as communication headsets to professional broadcasters and digital equipment manufacturers throughout the United States. Now TEA has developed the SWATheadsets.com brand to streamline its production to accommodate the tacticians of today's military, law enforcement, fire and rescue teams.
Cisco Systems & ICS - Tactical Communications: IACP 2008–
Cisco Systems and Incident Communications Solutions display the Comms-One Rapidly Deployable Tactical Communications System Vehicle built in partnership with E-One for the law enforcement industry at the IACP tradeshow in 2008.
Cisco Systems & Intermec Technologies: IACP 2008–
Cisco Systems and Intermec Technologies showcase examples of Mobile Computing for the law enforcement community in San Diego at the IACP 2008 tradeshow, including mobile citations on a ruggedized PDA.
Cisco Systems & ShotSpotter: IACP 2008–
Cisco Systems and ShotSpotter showcase examples of gunshot detection, location and video surveillance in San Diego at the IACP 2008 tradeshow. Check out how this wide area acoustic surveillance system can help law enforcement respond to critical incidents.
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