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TREXPO: Business as Usual  

May 1, 2002

When the doors opened March 18 on TREXPO West 2002 at the Long Beach (Calif.) Convention Center a number of questions were answered. Tops on the list was how would the horrific events of Sept. 11 affect the nation’s premier show for tactical law enforcement officers?

Kojak Lights  

May 1, 2002

In its prime during the mid-'70s the emergency warning light christened with the "Kojak" moniker was state-of-the-art and one of the few products available for use on "plain-clothes" vehicles

Garrett makes a wide range of metal detectors for law enforcement, including wands, paddles, and walk-through systems.

Search Engines  

April 1, 2002

Conducting a thorough head-to-toe search requires as intrusive a probing as garments will allow.

Wireless Communication  

April 1, 2002

Every day there seems to be a new invention or upgrade in the area of wireless communications for law enforcement.

Lasers: In the Legal Crosshairs  

February 1, 2002

The implication was clear: if laser would display target speeds for a stationary wall, what other errors were possible?

 

Speed Guns  

February 1, 2002

More innovative speed enforcement technologies have appeared in the last five years than in the previous two decades. Law enforcement agencies can now pick and choose from a bewildering buffet of high-tech devices, including digital radar, lasers and cameras.

Simulated Use-of-Force Training  

January 1, 2002

Simulated training devices exercise those decision-making muscles; when it comes down to it, what you learn from them just might keep you alive.

New Fingerprint Technology IDs the Bad Guys Faster Than Ever  

January 1, 2002

The fingerprint has always been one of law enforcement’s most solid, undefeatable bits of evidence. Matching prints can be as good as gold.

Cell Phone Sense  

October 1, 2001

"Cell phones allow us to go beyond the capabilities of the radio and allow us to communicate with each other and the public. When a cell phone is assigned to an officer, they have voice mail, messaging and Internet access. It frees them up from being in the office."

Car 54 Where Are You...?  

October 1, 2001

Communications may be the backbone of law enforcement, yet it can also be its most technologically confusing, politically charged and seemingly insoluble problem in the adrenaline-fueled chaos of a multi-jurisdictional or mutual-aid situation.

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