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FLIR: Rapid Response to Radiation  

Most law enforcement officers just need something to tell them when and where a dangerous level of radiation exists. Which is the purpose of FLIR's IdentiFinder R100.

<p>Field technology has the capability to help make officers nearly omnipresent &mdash; enhancing their abilities to securely receive and share sensitive information without delay.</p>

A Guide to Understanding Law Enforcement Mobile Field Technology  

This guide provides law enforcement agencies strategies and recommendations for implementing the latest mobile field technology. It first starts with understanding the benefits, establishing effective policies and then integrating the technology as part of a tactical rollout.

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Sighting Devices 2017  

Here's a look at the latest law enforcement-applicable optics, sights, etc., on the market.

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Seeing in the Dark  

Check out what's new in night vision and thermal imaging.

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LETS: The Covert Video Phone  

LETS produces a wide range of cellphone-based covert and overt audio and video capture and GPS tracking tools for law enforcement. The latest LETS product is the Magnum Streaming Video Recording System.

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Advancements in Judgment Simulators  

New use-of-force simulator training provides customization so officers can experience scenarios as close to real life as possible.

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Boston Police Cancel Plan for Social Media Monitoring Software

Boston police have scrapped their plan to spend up to $1.4 million on software to monitor social media postings for criminal activity and threats to public safety,

LASD to Deploy UAV to Aid Deputies Working Bomb and Hostage Incidents

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell said Thursday that his agency will begin deploying an unmanned aerial device to aid deputies responding to arson scenes, suspected bombs and hostage situations, but he promised the device would not be used to surveil residents.

Proposed California Law Would Require Police to Disclose the Use of More Surveillance Devices

New California legislation would expand the list of electronic surveillance devices that the state's law enforcement agencies must disclose to the public.

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How First-Responder Communications are Evolving

The emergence of simultaneous LMR and LTE capabilities, along with PTT apps on smartphones, tablets and WiFi-only devices, opens...

How Technology is Changing Law Enforcement

Every second of video that an officer’s camera records can be taken into evidence, providing a first-hand account of what took...

IBM Introduces Cloud Version of Coplink

IBM i2 Coplink uses sophisticated analytics and "fuzzy" searches to allow investigators to discover hidden relationships and...

   
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Speed Enforcement Tools 2016
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<p>After 17 years of public safety industry experience, Brite Computers continues to optimize the Brite-Fujitsu Solution by pairing it with the latest Q736 Fujitsu Tablet. Brite&rsquo;s ergonomic design puts officers first by giving back the passenger seat, being airbag zone compliant, and not obstructing windshield or mirror views. The solution also allows for more technology in shrinking cockpits with 4 USB ports, Ethernet, VGA, HDMI, and Power for peripheral connectivity.</p>
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