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3D printed gun parts found during raid–
Police in Manchester seized gun parts created with a 3D printer.
Brite Tablet Computing Solutions–
The Q-Active Dock has been designed from the ground up to address Public Safety needs with the benefits of mobile tablet computing. The active design allows for easy install and removal of the Tablet while leaving your peripherals connected to the USB, power and Ethernet ports of the dock. The Fujitsu Q-series is MIL-STD-810G certified to handle the harsh mobile environment, includes a large, multi-touch screen and the latest Intel© technology. The powder-coated steel swing-away mount, enables the mobile worker easy access to in-dash controls and full use of the passenger seat all at a low cost per vehicle.
CAD software makes infinite customized information possible–
No limit on what information an agency can add to the system, including warnings, prior incidents and resident information.
L3 Mobile Vision's auto evidence management–
L3 explains its automated evidence lifecycle management at IACP 2012. Any network connected device can manage video, audio, etc. files to organize critical evidence. L3 engineers to the needs of the end users, for any sized fleet.
The Robot Revolution–
The Robot Revolution! The Travel Channel visits iRobot to see their newest inventions. Need help funding Police Robots? iRobot has partnered with PoliceGrantsHelp.com to offer free grant assistance so your department can get funded to purchase the products you need.
PatrolScout Product Video–
With PatrolScout, L-3 Mobile-Vision's industry-leading Flashback in-car video solution now creates situational awareness across the deployed fleet enhancing officer safety and improving operational effectiveness. PatrolScout is a map-centric, real-time situational awareness solution that allows agencies to understand and observe what is occurring in their fleet. In addition to streaming video, PatrolScout enables vehicle location and other information to be viewed remotely.
CNN takes on police 'militarization'–
CNN compares the newest innovations of police technology and specialty vehicles with action movies like The Hunger Games and Terminator.
IBM analytics technology helps cut crime–
The Durham (N.C.) police department’s analytical services group used IBM analytics technology to help reduce the amount of violent crime in a two-square-mile region of the city by more than 50 percent during a four-year span (2007-2011).
TASER X2 Feature Overview and Demonstration–
Ray Minor, Director of Training Operations at TASER International, shares information about the X2 with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie. Some features include dual lasers, an immediate follow up shot and conscious design.
Dash Mount Installation Tutorial for Data911 Computer Displays, Ford Interceptor Sedan–
Step by step instructions of how to install a dash mount for Data911 computer displays in a 2013 Ford Interceptor sedan.
Remove the evidence tech 'middle man' with the iCrime app–
The iCrime app removes the evidence technician 'middle man' by allowing cops to directly and instantly upload information and photos to their report-writing system
Body Scanner Set Up at Metro Corrections–
A $250,000 piece of equipment has been set up, aimed at keeping both Louisville Metro Corrections officers and inmates safe.
Sheriff Dart Introduces New Body Scanners–
Cook County Jail is the first major correctional facility in the nation to use the RadPRO SecurPASS machines. With just a seven-second scan, officers are able to determine whether detainees are hiding drugs, weapons or other contraband in their clothing, hair or even in a body cavity. The machines do not show any anatomical outlines or facial features, ensuring detainee privacy.
Body scans at CJC provide internal and external images–
Keeping inmates and staff at the El Paso County Jail safe is a 24 hour a day-7 day a week job that includes constant supervision, security cameras, and now body scanners.
Chicago County Jail Unveils New Body Scanners–
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart showed off new body scanners at the Cook County Jail Tuesday. The scanners will be used when authorities process prisoners and are expected to provide a new level of security.
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