Full list of Evidence Management results
Case study: How bar codes boosted productivity for one Texas sheriff’s office–
Switching to an automated bar code evidence management system is making input and retrieval faster and easier for the Comal County Sheriff’s Office
Never miss recording bodycam footage when you need it–
A smart holster sensor can take this responsibility off your shoulders
How having a knife in his bag helped one officer get a winning edge–
Benchmade Knife Company
When other tools didn’t work during a ‘shots fired’ call, this knife came through
Quiz: Does your evidence room need tidying up?–
Take our quick quiz to find out if your property room needs a good purge
L-3 Mobile Vision Discusses Auto Evidence Management at IACP 2012–
L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.
L-3 Reveals Rugged V-One Mobile Data Computer at IACP 2012–
L3 discusses its tough V-One Mobile Data Computer solid-state system with infrared touchscreen. Engineered exclusively for law enforcement, it's designed to take the abuse that occurs in an officers' chaotic daily routine.
Why Should You Go With TASER?–
Jeff Kukowski, Chief Marketing Officer of TASER International, tells Dave Smith why TASER is the best choice for agencies. The TASER experience is a partnership with law enforcement and TASER works with agencies and experts to provide the exact solutions LEOs need. TASER's mission is to protect life and to protect truth.
Steve Tuttle of TASER Intl. discusses On-Officer Cameras–
Steve Tuttle, VP of Communications at TASER International, addresses concerns that LEOs may have for on-officer cameras. TASER aims to utilize their technology and partner with agencies to protect LEOs. The first-person perspective of officers is critical for the best recorded evidence.
Mesa Police Hooks Officers Up with TASER On-Officer Cameras–
Police in Mesa will begin using TASER cameras mounted on officers' glasses, hats and collars to record interactions with the public. The goal is to use video to quickly resolve complaints against officers and as evidence in court.