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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Police officers in the United States and beyond are using handheld devices connected to the Internet via mobile networks on a daily basis. In this edition of our eSupplement series, we look ways in which police are leveraging the power of what’s become known as 4G mobile broadband.

We also contemplate scenarios in which the real-time (or near-real-time) delivery of data can increase situational awareness, ensure officer safety, and increase the level of service provided to our citizens.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief

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The 4G future of public safety
The opportunities 4G presents allows agencies to move forward from outdated technologies and concepts towards new, user-friendly, efficient and interoperable communications. 3 possibilities
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How might cops use 4G mobile broadband to send and receive real-time and near-real-time information to enhance service to their communities? 4 ways
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