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Kings of the Road  

There are many things that an in-car video system can do that body cameras can't do or can't do nearly as well. Primarily, in-car video evidence capture was specifically designed for monitoring the activity in and around a vehicle—whether that vehicle is stopped or moving.

Choosing the Right Lightbar  

Selecting the right LED lighting solution for your agency's vehicles can be a daunting task for the uninitiated. There are multiple factors to consider, including lumen output levels, the lightbar's shape, and interoperability with existing equipment.

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Safeguarding the Most Vulnerable  

At-risk individuals enrolled in Project Lifesaver wear a small personal transmitter around the wrist or ankle that emits an individualized tracking signal. Responders tune into the individualized frequency of the client's transmitter, listening for a signal that can help them locate the client.

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RoboCop: Wearable Tech  

Developments such as interest in the Apple Watch and a federal push to create wearable tech specifically for first responders seem poised to make such devices mainstream for law enforcement officers.

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More Than a Body Cam  

Departments choosing a body camera must determine what system best fits their needs and their budgets. One of the contenders in the police body camera market is Utility.

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North Carolina Agency First in Nation to Wear Panasonic's New Body Cameras

The Fayetteville Police Department hopes to buy 350 body camera units for all of its patrol officers by Dec. 31.

DNA Left on Pizza Reveals Suspect in Home Invasion Murder of D.C. Family

The break in the case occurred after police matched Wint to DNA on the crust of a pizza found in the home, according to law enforcement officials with knowledge of the investigation.

ATN X-Sight Day/Night Rifle Scope Makes Great Tactical Tool

American Technologies Network's X-Sight HD Day/Night rifle scope in 5-18X or 3-12X was originally developed with hunters in mind. But since its introduction at SHOT show, ATN has seen an increased interest from long-range shooters, security, tactical, and law enforcement professionals.

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Bait Devices Help Law Enforcement Crack Down on Cellphone, Tablet Theft

Through its bait program using Assisted Patrol-equipped devices, Dayton arrested and convicted four individuals who had been...

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...

   
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<p><a href=&quot;http://www.policemag.com/freeinfo/21339&quot;>MIR (Mobile Incident Reporting) Systems</a>&nbsp;is dedicated to making it easier for officers in the field to interact with dispatch, manage reports, and communicate with supervisors. MIR software was designed to look and function as easily as a smartphone app and operates on the company&#39;s durably designed Mobile Tablets. Using MIR tablets, officers can take high-def video and images, and the software will automatically attach the video or image to the incident report and classify itself in the report as evidence. Voice recognition allows an officer to dictate reports in minutes. Officers can also use the tablets to stream live video back to their supervisors.</p>
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