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LAPD commissioner investigates antenna tampering–
Official pointed to an OIS the commission recently adjudicated, noting recordings of the incident were extremely poor in quality because the car's antenna had been tampered with
#LEEDIR: Testing a new digital evidence file-sharing service for police–
The Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository is an eyewitness photo and video platform that can be activated for free by law enforcement and relief agencies during a catastrophic incident
How LEEDIR (Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository) Works–
The Large Emergency Event Digital Information Repository (LEEDIR for short) is an eyewitness photo and video platform that can be activated (for free) by law enforcement and relief agencies during a major catastrophe such as a large-scale natural disaster or terrorist attack.
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.
Mich. police acquire mine-resistant military truck–
Sheriff William Federspiel says he hopes to never have to use it, since to do so implies "something awfully bad has happened"
PCTEL launches dual 4G LTE MIMO and GPS multiband antenna–
The antenna supports high-speed mobile networks
Idaho police test new SWAT robot–
Coeur d’Alene Police purchased a brand-new robot to be used by the Kootenai County SWAT team
Thermal imaging technology as an iPhone accessory?–
Incorporating the FLIR ONE thermal imager — expected to cost about $350 — onto the iPhone we’re already carrying around might make a lot of sense
Could a ‘Heads-Up Display’ in squad cars save lives?–
A HUD projects vital information from a source onto a clear surface so the operator does not have to move his or her eyes away from a focal point
Can DNA-marked goods stave off thieves?–
Applied DNA Sciences uses a DNA-based, anti-theft mark in a pilot project with Swedish police.
Police keep quiet about cell-tracking technology–
Police say Stingray, a suitcase-size device that pretends it's a cell tower, is useful for catching criminals, but that's about all they'll say
NY cops look to stop crime before it happens through data analysis–
Predictive analysis — the digital dissection of police data to identify likely offenses, their locations and even perpetrators — may sound like a concept straight out of the science fiction film "Minority Report"
Man flies drone over Harlem explosion site, NYPD steps in–
A New York man flew an aerial drone over the scene of a building collapse caused by an explosion in Harlem on Wednesday.
Video: Man flies drone over Harlem explosion site, NYPD steps in–
A New York man flew an aerial drone over the scene of a building collapse caused by an explosion in Harlem on Wednesday
LAPD officials report positive reviews of body cameras–
Two months into a trial of on-body cameras for Los Angeles Police Department officers, the devices have earned mostly positive feedback
PoliceOne top 5
- DC cops' body cams won't be on while they monitor inauguration demonstrators
- Slain Fla. officer's cuffs used to arrest suspect
- Pa. cop sues Wal-Mart over termination for carrying gun on duty
- Video: Alleged Fla. cop killer refuses lawyer, shouts profanities in court
- Details emerge in shooting of Ariz. trooper by driver he sought to help
World of Warships: Wargaming weighs anchor with this action-packed combat game
World of Warships, a free-to-play action MMO, engages teams of 12 in a game of naval strategy