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Online mapping tools allow incident managers to evaluate many factors they might otherwise miss.

E Team Crisis Management  

January 1, 2004

This secure communications and incident management tool is fully scaleable with a user-friendly Windows interface.

PepperBall booth with prototype less-lethal machine gun intended for the military.

IACP 2003: Best of Show  

December 1, 2003

A show like IACP often involves about a thousand or more exhibitors, hawking a wide variety of products and services.

The Canon PowerShot G5 is a tough 5-megapixel camera with a deep menu of features and capabilities and a DIGIC processor.

Instant Imaging  

December 1, 2003

Today, instant law enforcement photography has taken a quantum leap with the adoption of digital cameras by many departments.

Getting Justice for Lisa  

December 1, 2003

When violent crimes are committed in Boulder, they often involve UC students. One such crime was the brutal abduction and gang rape of a young woman that we'll call "Lisa."

Panasonic Toughbook

Machine Language  

November 1, 2003

If someone had told me then that Captain Gadget was laying the foundation for the future of police work, I would have pointed and laughed and probably choked on my donut. But now I have to admit that he was.

Officer Rick Powell tests new technology for the San Diego Police Department. Above, he shows off the uncluttered interior of a patrol car equipped with the department’s new integrated wireless computer and communications system

Calling All Cars  

November 1, 2003

The new system will eventually allow officers out in the field to immediately view color images, such as mug shots and fingerprints. They will also be able to work on their laptop computers outside of their cars and then connect them back into the cars as needed.

How To Investigate Cybercrime  

November 1, 2003

Today and every day, thousands of people worldwide are being victimized by computer crime. That’s why just about every major municipal or county law enforcement agency in the United States now has a new breed of detective: the computer crime or “cybercrime” investigator.

Screen Gems: Best Websites for LEOs  

October 1, 2003

In researching the best Websites for law enforcement officers, we decided to go with a listing of quality sites that might roughly parallel an officer’s needs throughout his or her career.

Sweat Suits: Ballistic Vests  

September 1, 2003

The bad news is, regardless of comfort, you need to wear your vest. The good news is, the manufacturers of ballistic vests and other innovators are working on ways to make wearing a vest more bearable.

The Enemies Within  

September 1, 2003

It seems a quaint idea now, but before 9/11, the leading culprits for launching major terror attacks on American soil were hate groups and other domestic terrorists. These people are flat dangerous, especially to law enforcement officers who might get in their way.

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