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A Crash Course in Collaboration: How Technology can Fuel Better Engagement Between City and Campus Police Departments  

October 2, 2018

Sponsored by CentralSquare Technologies

The National Center for Education Statistics forecasted an enrollment of 19.9 million adults across U.S. colleges and universities. How can campus security stay ahead? 

Cost-Effective Drone Solutions Can Help Police Save Lives  

September 1, 2018

Sponsored by AEE

By Mike Kahn/ AEE Chief Marketing Officer

As drone-powered missions continue to have significant impact on the positive outcomes of law enforcement situations, users shouldn’t have to choose a $1,500 consumer drone because of a fear of flying a product which is priced 20 times higher. 

Thermal Goes on Patrol in East Chicago, Indiana  

August 20, 2018

Sponsored by FLIR Systems

Law enforcement officers experience the benefits of compact thermal imaging.

<p>4N6XPRT StifCalcs puts the NHTSA Crash Test database on an officer&#39;s 32- or 64-bit MS-Windows computer so it&#39;s possible to research crush stiffness values for autos without access.(Photo: 4N6XPRT)</p>

LE Software 2018  

October 9, 2018

By Melanie Basich

Make use of these computer programs to help you on the job.

<p>DT Research DT372AP-TR Rugged GNSS Tablet (Photo: DT Research)</p>

LE Hardware 2018  

October 8, 2018

By Melanie Basich

Stay connected on duty with this technology built law enforcement tough.

<p>In addition to individual officers signing up for FirstNet service, whole law enforcement agencies can choose to implement a FirstNet communication system. Photo: FirstNet</p>

10 Things to Know About FirstNet  

October 5, 2018

By David Griffith

 

This year FirstNet, the first responder cellular communications network, is coming online after nearly 15 years of development. This will mean a major change in the way some law enforcement agencies and officers conduct their communications.

<p>Bitcoins, although called &quot;coins,&quot; are not objects, merely lines of encrypted data. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

The Challenge of Cryptocurrencies  

September 4, 2018

By Michael Coleman

A decade ago cryptocurrencies were nothing more than curiosities for computer geeks. Now they are going legitimate, but despite all of the moves toward legitimacy, cryptocurrencies remain the favored money for criminal activity online.

<p>Jon Adler,&nbsp;President of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association Foundation</p>

Eyes in the Sky  

September 4, 2018

By Jon Adler

The bad guys are exploiting piloted aerial video for criminal purposes at an unrestricted pace, undeterred by laws, costs, or public perception. Law enforcement must put on its cape with the big "S" and prevail in this video star wars.

<p>Many public safety officials still rely on LMR networks for mission critical voice features.(Photo: Franklin Rau)</p>

The Future of Police Radio  

September 4, 2018

By Adam Stone

Why is LMR still front and center, with broadband LTE just around the corner? A number of factors help to explain it. Some have to do with the nature of police operations, while others reflect realities around such issues as cost and infrastructure.

<p>Law enforcement agencies are deploying mobile devices to ensure that officers are equipped with the most up-to-date information.&nbsp;(Photo: Panasonic)</p>

Tech on the Go  

September 4, 2018

By Alex Nollmann

Using a combination of mobile hardware and law enforcement software, along with newer resources like FirstNet, officers can do their jobs safely and more efficiently.

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