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Dear P1 Member,

In this month's issue, we feature an article on thermal and night vision technology from Ron Avery. This technology has arguably given SWAT operators one of their most important capabilities: owning the night.

What police technology has had the most significant impact for you? Is it gunshot detection and location systems? Is it automatic license plate readers? Is it analysis and mapping of crime trends for directed patrol? Send us an e-mail with what you think is the most important new technology for cops.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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Cops in Missouri and Ohio went to great lengths to identify a body and close a case. Until technology allowed their work to be connected, resolution for one family might never have happened ... Finding the missing
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When the lights go off, there is a primal human urge to light everything up around you to feel safe. But with the right equipment, the darkness is an officer's best friend ... Debunking the myths of nighttime ops
P1 Tech Help
There are many hard drive duplicators available on the market, ranging from $180 up to several thousand dollars. For police investigations, a single bay should suffice ... The heart of the computer
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