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Mutualink: Opening Communication Channels  

Produced by a company with the same name, Mutualink software has the potential to solve many radio interoperability problems. In addition, Mutualink has gone a step further and introduced technology that not only integrates radio communications, but also phone, video, and data.

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About Face: Facial Recognition  

Imagine you are working a rape case and you're trying to identify the perpetrator. He posted a video of the crime and a profile picture of himself on online. You can use the image to search for the individual via Vigilant Solutions' FaceSearch facial recognition software.

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Mobile Print ID  

Though mobile fingerprint technology has been in use in law enforcement for nearly a decade, continued enhancements are making the technology viable for agencies of all sizes.

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Legal Issues With Body Cams  

Recent events have accelerated law enforcement's timetable for adopting wearable audio-video recording devices. But using this technology has legal ramifications that have to be understood by criminal justice stakeholders.

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Throwing Tech at the Problem  

There are plenty of great products and services that help law enforcement embrace technology. But that doesn't mean obtaining and using them is always a piece of cake.

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Smart Policing Summit to Showcase New Wave of Technologies and Tactics

IDGA will debut its inaugural Smart Policing Summit this April 27–29 in Washington, D.C. The event will host law enforcement agencies and research firms in an open forum to discuss tactics and techniques to decrease crime and increase case closure rates.

Officers Can Learn More About AEDs in Cardiac Science's Free Webinar

The webinar will be led by Sgt. Scott Simon, a Nevada state trooper for 25 years, who made life-saving AEDs a priority in his department and outfitted 210 patrol vehicles with AEDs.

Hair Dye 'CSI' Could Help Police Solve Crimes

Criminals with a penchant for dyeing their hair could soon pay for their vanity. Scientists have found a way to analyze hair samples at crime scenes to rapidly determine whether it was colored and what brand of dye was used.

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The Constantly Evolving Technological Needs in Community-Police Relations

Pulling data from law enforcement records can be difficult, which is why an analytics software platform could be key to promoting...

How are On-body Video Cameras Holding up?

There are many choices in on-body video cameras for officers. Here are the most important things to keep in mind when looking for...

Are You Ready for the Future of Policing?

There’s a chat-bot out there that knows what dialog to use to elicit the right information from the predator to get an...

   
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