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<p>Officers&#39; opinion on mandatory body camera use has changed in the last four years. Photo: Mark Clark</p>

Have Officers Changed Their Minds About Mandatory Body Camera Use?  

What agencies quickly discovered is that while the technology was ready for such widespread use by officers, policy was not in place to cover how body cameras would be used. 

New Class of Barrier Means Instant Safety for Personnel  

A truly innovative new type of barricade, the Retracta-Cade QDB is the first Quick Deployment Barricade to be available to law enforcement, fire, and security departments. The brainchild of a retired police lieutenant, and developed by Visiontron Corp.

<p>Primary thermal targeting systems like the Armasight by FLIR Zeus Pro mount quickly to bolt-action rifles with a factory rail. Short Picatinny rails are readily available for most modern bolt guns if yours didn&rsquo;t come with one.</p>

The Nuts and Bolts of Thermal Weapon Sights  

After the seemingly endless administrative gymnastics of research, justification, documentation and a bit of strategic grousing, that long-dreamed-of thermal sight has finally arrived.

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Amazon Employees Join ACLU, Investors in Protest of Amazon’s Sale of Tech to Police

A group of Amazon employees have asked company executives to discontinue its sale of the company’s Rekognition facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies.

GL Enhances MAPS SIP to Support Instant Messaging for Next Generation 911

GL Communications Inc., a global leader in telecom test and measurement solutions, has introduced its enhanced SIP Protocol Emulator referred to as MAPS SIP Protocol Emulator to help users generate and receive SIP. The MSRP Protocol Emulation for Session Based Instant Messaging implementation is available in MAPS SIP software version 8.4.20. Public safety communication service providers can deploy this test tool for testing NG9-1-1 emergency services and components within the ESInet.

Trijicon Licenses OASYS Thermal Imaging and Aiming Technology from BAE Systems

The OASYS electro optic product line uses uncooled thermal technology to deliver innovative imaging and aiming products that provide infrared thermal detection of targets to deliver heightened situational awareness to operators, Trijicon says.

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Balancing Privacy Rights and Facial Recognition Technology for Police

Disruptive technologies present challenges for everyone — police administrators included. But such technologies also carry...

The Future of Law Enforcement Communications

As a technologist, it’s my opinion that agencies will soon be able to receive much more tactical/situational information from all...

Vievu Body Cameras on Patrol with Major Agencies

Oakland PD was an early advocate of Vievu body camera technology and has been using the company's products since 2010. The...

   
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