logo for print
Home  >  Newsletter Archive  >  Technology Newsletter  > 


Digital video – the good, the bad, and the techie
Digital video files captured with in-car mounted systems can be powerful tools to assist in securing convictions – virtually every prosecutor in America wants to have these incident recordings. Officers have become accustomed to such systems because they have become practically ubiquitous in cruisers from coast to coast.

But what are the hidden ramifications for law enforcement officers to these high-tech video systems? ... Full Story

Sponsored by Cisco

Find Solutions for Your Public Safety Challenges

Find out how Cisco solutions empower public safety agencies with greater awareness to make the best decisions and deliver actionable information. Learn more at our Public Safety Resource Center and get access to video case studies, white papers, financing sources, and more.

Register now at www.cisco.com/offer/slgbiz.

Viewed: 2607 times
Duration: 04:16
Topic: Products

View Full Video
Viewed: 2213 times
Duration: 01:33
Topic: Products

View Full Video
Technology in the News
Cops scour YouTube footage of post-Celtics’ victory riots

BOSTON — Police are scouring tapes from surveillance cameras around the city as well as video turned over by local media outlets in a bid to track down vandals. In one clip, hundreds of green-clad clowns erupt into cheers as street signs are hurled through plate glass windows. In another, fans uproot trees while the testosterone-fueled crowd chants for women to expose themselves ... Full Story

Also in the News:

Infrared devices clear roads for Ind. cops

Police increase use of texting for crime tips

Calif. deputies to receive TASERs with cameras

Tucson police to get lifesaving bandages

Sponsored by AFIX

No ID? Fake ID? No problem.

Get identification information when and where you need it. With AFIX Mobile ID, you can harness the power of biometrics and use fingerprint information to access AFIX Tracker databases from the field. AFIX Mobile ID provides real-time identification so officers know whether to take an individual through the booking process at a central location, provide a citation on-the-spot or simply release him/her. The Mobile ID handheld device is configurable to work with most PDA devices on most wireless networks.

Visit www.afix.net for more information.

PoliceOne Technology Tips
Learning about YOU with
your in-car camera
Volatility of digital evidence

That video dash cam in your patrol car’s front window may be one of the best training tools you have outside of an experienced instructor.

Each time you stop a car, the event is recorded for your viewing pleasure, with sound ... Read tip

Read all PoliceOne Officer Safety tips

Digital data are stored in various forms (random access memory (RAM), read-only memory (ROM), hard drives, and other magnetic or optical media) and are subject to inadvertent alteration, degradation ... Read tip

Submit a tip to PoliceOne

Press Releases

ITT to Supply First Responders with Night Vision Through Homeland Security Contract
[ITT Night Vision]

Arotech's IES Interactive Training is Contracted to Provide 24 New MILO Range Training Simulators to U.S. DOJ"
[IES Interactive Training]

Insight's Commercial Thermal Imaging for First Responders Selected as Part of CEDAP
[Insight Tech Gear]

Visual Computer Solutions Announces New State-of-the-Art Training Facility
[Visual Computer Solutions]

Featured Deal

SureFire® Z2 Combat Flashlight
Specially Priced

From US Cavalry

This is the PoliceOne Technology Newsletter. It is delivered once per month as a supplement to your PoliceOne Newsletter subscription. You can unsubscribe here without affecting your Newsletter subscription.
PoliceOne values your privacy and does not send unsolicited messages. Contact policeonesupport@policeone.com with any SUBSCRIPTION, LOGIN or E-MAIL PROBLEMS.

Copyright 2018 PoliceOne.com. All rights reserved.