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Google Glass captures traffic stop, arrest; 911 system faces cyber-attack

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In this month's eNews, Google Glass has finally come to law enforcement! Well, almost. Though not yet available for retail, the first arrest police recorded on a Google Glass device is now available on YouTube. And the DHS and FBI are currently looking into safety concerns regarding public safety communications.

Lastly, we bring you the Leap Motion Controller, which brings tech from the video game world to our world, allowing you to control a computer with a wave of your hand.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Tech Trends
Google Glass comes to law enforcement
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
Though not yet available for retail sale, Google Glass may be the next generation of bodycam, and there has already been a live field test of Google Glass in a Georgia law enforcement agency. Cop's-eye view
Tech Security
Cyber-security and the PSAP
By Michelle Perin, PoliceOne Columnist
DHS and FBI recently released an alert outlining the increase in attacks on PSAPs and concerns revolving around keeping public safety communications secure. Today and tomorrow
Tech Innovation
A motion controller for your laptop or in-car MDT?
By John Rivera, PoliceOne Columnist
The Leap Motion Controller leverages technology from the video game world to let you control your computer with the wave of a hand. Leap on patrol

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