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Defense Group Inc. Incident Management Software - Defense Group Inc.

September 1, 2005
DGI’s CoBRA software can be used by various law enforcement agencies to coordinate with other entities, such as fire departments and hospitals, to manage major incidents. CoBRA software provides first responders with the necessary interactive tools, guides, databases, SOPs, NIMS/ICS forms, checklists, and incident reporting capabilities to manage incidents involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive threats.

Corcoran and Matterhorn Tactical Boots - Cove Shoe Company

September 1, 2005
Urban assault boots from Matterhorn and Corcoran are made of full-grain leather with built-in lateral composite support and shank and exclusive Dryz moisture and odor control shock-absorbing cushioned inserts. Other features include a non-metallic lace system and a high-tech dual density lug outsole with side-wall traction.

LexisNexis Accurint LE Plus - LexisNexis

September 1, 2005
Based on the Accurint platform, Accurint LE Plus from LexisNexis is a powerful desktop application that includes all the analyst’s mission-critical tools from the Web-based Accurint LE product. The new application allows agencies to search databases and link information from various sources to create a comprehensive analysis of a case. Features include visual link analysis, real-time batching, and GIS mapping.

Spillman Technologies Integrated Hub - Spillman Technologies

September 1, 2005
Spillman’s Integrated Hub is a central database that stores all information about suspects and 911 callers in one location, providing real-time access to all users on the system. Integrated Hub stores its master tables with a single entry/singly inquiry feature to reduce duplicate records and automatically populates fields across different tables.

Panasonic All-Digital In-Car Video System - Panasonic

August 1, 2005
Panasonic’s Toughbook Arbitrator mobile digital video system allows patrol vehicles to capture video in real time with high-quality digital images. The all-digital solid-state video system instantaneously archives images for later use as it records. Features include a ruggedized 220X zoom camera with built-in infrared and 0.06 lux low-light capability engineered to meet MIL-STD 810F standards and MPEG4 compression for easy storage and fast wireless transmission of full-motion video files.

Klein Electronics Blackbox Two-Way Radio - Klein Electronics

August 1, 2005
The Blackbox professional two-way radio from Klein Electronics is designed to conveniently fit in the palm of your hand. The compact radio features UHF/VHF and 16 channels, programmable with scan. Options include an 1100 mAH NiMH extended battery, stubby antenna, and carry case.

Info-Cop Voice-Activated Software - Info-Cop

August 1, 2005
The new version of Info-Cop allows police officers to use voice commands to control in-vehicle devices such as sirens, scanners, GPS units, and lights. With Speech User Interface technology officers can also gain immediate access to motor vehicle and warrant information in local, state, and federal crime databases just by speaking commands to an in-car laptop.

Essential Gear 1-Watt LED Flashlight - Essential Gear

August 1, 2005
Created for tactical use, Essential Gear’s 1-Watt LED Tactical Hand Torch features a one-handed on/off switch on the end cap that can be set to momentary- or constant-on. The light is constructed of anodized, machined aluminum alloy with black or titanium finish. Each bulb provides up to 100,000 hours of light.

Precision Dynamics RFID Inmate ID Bands - Precision Dynamics

August 1, 2005
The Clincher RFID Smart Band allows correctional facilities to identify inmates using radio frequency. Each wristband contains a microchip and antenna, which allow information to be written to and retrieved by RFID scanners. Corrections officers can use this technology to conduct contact-free identification and tracking throughout a facility.

Walker’s Game Ear Digital Hearing Protection - Walker's Game Ear

August 1, 2005
Walker’s Game Ear’s Digital Quad Muffs + AFT feature two-channel digital circuitry, which increases the user’s hearing up to nine times with 50 dB of power. Sound-activated compression circuitry helps protect hearing from harmful effects of muzzle blasts by reducing the amplification of loud sounds to a safe level.
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