Technology - page 5
FULL LIST OF Technology - page 5 Videos
RoboteX Avatar Micro–
Doug Wyllie talks with Eric Ivers of RoboteX about their portable and rugged RoboteX Avatar personal safety robot.
Staying Ahead of the Curve with Simulation Training–
Dave Smith sits down with Marshall Schmitt of LaserMax to discuss realistic training and what it takes to be prepared in the field. Computer simulators can be huge assets when training.
Crime Scene Preservation–
Dave Smith talks with Donnie Barker, Crime Scene Trainer at IPTM, about the basics of crime scene investigation. Donnie specializes in crime scene processing and technology. He emphasizes the importance of protecting and preserving a crime scene until the experts arrive. The first responders are just as equally as responsible for the evidence as the investigators that arrive to the scene.
TruSpeed S from Laser Technology–
The all new TruSpeed S is not only the lowest priced laser speed measurement device on the market, it is small - weighing in at less than one pound and is very easy to use. The TruSpeed S is designed with police use in mind with a rugged exterior.
How to Install Your Computer on Rugged Mount by Havis–
Step-by-step thorough instructions on how to install a Havis, Inc. C-HDM Series Passenger Side Mount Package.
Access Havis Anytime Anywhere on Your Phone–
Fast and easy Android and iPhone navigation allows you to browse Havis products, locate a reseller, track your purchase and more.
Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Center–
In this video, Dave Smith talks with Scott Barker about the challenges of working in small, rural, tribal and border police departments and how NIJ is assisting these departments overcome budget constraints and technology issues.
Lt. Keith Wilson: Maintaining vs. Managing your Fleet–
In this video, Doug Wyllie talks with Lt. Keith Wilson about NAFA's networking opportunities and how important it is to connect with fellow Fleet Managers to discuss the latest technologies in maintaining and managing your fleet.
HipLink - Toronto Police Service Video–
Video highlights the increased efficiency in communication through HipLink.
Officer Roadkill on the Information Highway–
In this video, Dave Smith talks to a prominent prosecutor named Val Van Brocklin. Val discusses an important topic that can negatively affect any law enforcement officer's career: improper use of social networking.
Betsy Brantner Smith: Crime Prevention on a Budget–
A crime prevention program is often the first thing to get cut from a department's budget during tough economic times. In this segment, Betsy Brantner Smith, shows you how to utilize existing resources, technology and personnel.
Cases Being Solved Because of WatchGuard Technology–
This video is produced by DFW Reporting, explaining how cases are being solved with WatchGuard in car video technologies.
Rich Baich: The Rise of Cyber Crime–
Betsy Brantner-Smith sits down with Rich Baiche of Deloitte & Touche, to discuss the topic of cyber crimes. Cyber crimes are becoming a much more common occurrance and computers are enabling criminals to access personal information on individuals. He talks about how officers should go about handling issues of identity theft and other cyber crimes.
Marshall Schmitt: Staying Ahead of the Curve with Simulation Training–
Dave Smith sits down with Marshall Schmitt of LaserMax to discuss realistic training and what it takes to be prepared in the field. Computer simulators can be huge assets when training. Simulators offer different scenarios for law enforcement officers to practice and experience what it is like to be in different situations.
L.R. "Bob" Jacob: IPTM Overview–
Dave Smith meets with Bob Jacob, the Director of IPTM. IPTM conducts trainings nationwide that surround a variety of topics including technology, drug recognition, accident reconstruction, and other law enforcement trainings. IPTM really works to address issues in law enforcement that are pertinent with an understanding that things are constantly training and that fluidity is important.
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