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Crime Scene Photos: Show Some Common Decency  

March 11, 2010

Just like every woman on every porn site is somebody's daughter, every bloody corpse on those graphic death sites is somebody's loved one.

ADSI T2

Game Over  

February 12, 2010

ADSI, which specializes in the production of transparent and opaque armor for the U.S. military and the engineering of shooting ranges, has teamed up with an undisclosed German company to create one of the world's most sophisticated and versatile live fire simulators, the T2 Training System.

How to Buy Mobile Data Products  

February 11, 2010

Have you ever played Technology Buzzword Bingo, or wanted to? It works like this: You get a bingo card with words instead of numbers in the boxes. The words include robust, mesh, cloud, scalable, 3.0, WiMAX, and WAN. Mark off a square every time you hear the salesman say one of the words. The first one to check off five in a row gets to throw the salesman out.

Spillman Technologies

Smart Software  

February 10, 2010

Software has greatly expanded the capabilities of law enforcement agencies and individual officers to help people and put away bad guys.

Miami-Dade PD's Det. Juan "Johnnie" Villalobos (center) converses with Adan Canuelas and Joshua Mann of security integrator Aware Digital.

Super Surveillance  

February 1, 2010

In preparation for Super Bowl XLIV, the Miami-Dade Police Department coordinated with the FBI, Sony Electronics, a local security integrator and other emergency managers to install video surveillance that provides full coverage, smooth video handling and crowd control.

Corrections Communications  

January 31, 2010

Inmates' abundance of creativity keeps correctional organizations busy finding countermeasures and inventing new technology to keep the prisons secure and the staff and inmates safe.

Command Central from CrimeReports provides officers with their agency's crime stats in charts and graphs that are easy to navigate.

Stats at a Glance  

January 27, 2010

CrimeReports' eponymous flagship product allows a law enforcement agency to show the public where and when crimes are being committed in their jurisdiction via online maps. The company's Command Central takes this idea one step further by putting these statistics in the hands of the agency itself.

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Bright Ideas in Lightbars  

December 29, 2009

Today, law enforcement lightbars are becoming even more high-tech with the adoption of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and computer controls. Many lightbars also now feature modular design that allows an agency to replace and repair modules rather than the entire system.

Unblinking Eyes  

December 29, 2009

Modern wireless networks and new battery technologies make it possible to locate surveillance cameras and listening devices virtually anywhere and without breaking the bank to do it.

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