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Steiner Optics Tactical–
Used by military and law enforcement worldwide, Steiner Optics are built to exacting standards for precision and ruggedness. Binoculars, scopes and laser devices that can stand up to the highest level of professional use and punishment. Learn More
How the XWT changed firearm training–
The XWT cleared the way for modern shooting training and stands to support future innovations
Command Light C-Lite–
Introducing the C-Lite by Command Light - a powerful, compact light that can be mounted on a variety of vehicles.
Intelligent software connects CDRs to suspect’s movements–
Software from Gladiator Forensics helps cops analyze call data records
Battery-powered motorcycle deployed by Va. PD–
Green motorcycle promises to save money and impress citizens
5 digital forensics tools–
Tools to track evidence on digital devices help preserve evidence
Anticipated Israeli self-loading rifle hits market–
The Tavor is one of the most anticipated rifles since the end of the assault weapons ban
3 technologies that will change how police communicate–
Integrated push-to-talk, NPSBN and multi-band radios will soon expand how police can communicate on scene
Next-generation strategies for interoperability–
Public-safety IT managers need to focus on publish-and-subscribe models for interoperable, public-safety networks
How Boston Marathon led to widespread adoption of tourniquets–
After successful deployment at the Boston Marathon, tourniquets go mainstream
How real-time crime center technologies are force multipliers–
New technologies promise to connect disparate systems for improved situational awareness
5 drone technologies for COs–
Drones armed with cameras and sensor payloads have been used by military and border control agencies for decades to improve situational awareness. Commercialization now has brought more UAVs, or unmanned aerial vehicles, to market — making such eyes-in-the-sky an invaluable tool for corrections officers.
Can DNA-marked goods stave off thieves?–
Applied DNA Sciences uses a DNA-based, anti-theft mark in a pilot project with Swedish police.
5 wearable tech trends for police–
Off-the-shelf wearable technologies connect police to data
How to deal with a bad day–
Coach Bob Lindsey of Verbal Defense & Influence talks with PoliceOne Editor In Chief Doug Wyllie about techniques officers can use to get through a bad moment or a bad day.
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