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Time Lag on School's Video Misled Broward County Responders into Believing Shooter was Still on Scene

February 22, 2018
The video images were “delayed 20 minutes and nobody told us that,” said Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi.

LAPD Draft Policy Calls for Quick Release of Body Camera Videos

February 21, 2018
Under the proposed plan, the LAPD would also begin to release some video shot by cameras in patrol cars and on drones – and video collected from private security cameras and bystanders.

Louisville Plans to Use Drones to Respond to Gunshots

February 20, 2018
Louisville wants to try out the concept of sending self-routing drones to fly to the scene of a possible shooting first to determine who fired the weapon or identify a false alarm.

Chicago Using Los Angeles-Style Predictive Policing Technology to Reduce Murder Rate

February 9, 2018
The lab’s job: to help build and operate Strategic Decision Support Centers, where officers and civilian analysts monitor gunshot detectors, surveillance cameras and other data to pinpoint where crimes occur and where they might happen next.

Panasonic Releases Upgraded Toughbook 20

February 9, 2018
A new optional magstripe reader will add a much-requested feature to the Toughbook 20’s toolset. For law enforcement officers, this allows for a quick, in-field reading of driver’s licenses, making their work safer and faster than ever before.

Shotspotter and Verizon Partner to Expand Gunshot Detection Through City Street Lights

February 2, 2018
ShotSpotter has announced an agreement with Verizon to bring the ShotSpotter solution to cities by leveraging Verizon's Light Sensory Network, an IoT platform deployed on street lights.

Axon Announces Microsoft as Platinum Sponsor for Accelerate 2018 User Conference

February 2, 2018
Axon Enterprise has announced Microsoft as the platinum sponsor of its upcoming user conference, Axon Accelerate. The annual technology conference will take place in Scottsdale, AZ this June.

NYPD to Give All Patrol Officers Body Cameras by End of Year

February 1, 2018
The NYPD is accelerating its body camera program and will outfit nearly 18,000 patrol cops with the devices by the end of 2018, a full year ahead of the original schedule, city officials said Tuesday.
<p>Facebook has changed its algorithm and residents may not be able to easily see posts from local law enforcement agencies.</p>

Video: Facebook Changes Concern Local Police, Government Agencies

January 30, 2018
A recent change at Facebook is having an impact on police and government agencies that's making them worried. The social media giant has changed its algorithm and residents may not be able to easily see posts from cities and counties.
<p>Ford has filed for a <a href=&quot;http://pdfaiw.uspto.gov/.aiw?PageNum=0&amp;docid=20180018869&amp;IDKey=94FA7E6EDD0F&amp;HomeUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fappft.uspto.gov%2Fnetacgi%2Fnph-Parser%3FSect1%3DPTO2%2526Sect2%3DHITOFF%2526p%3D1%2526u%3D%25252Fnetahtml%25252FPTO%25252Fsearch-bool.html%2526r%3D1%2526f%3DG%2526l%3D50%2526co1%3DAND%2526d%3DPG01%2526s1%3D%252522autonomous%252Bpolice%252522%2526OS%3D%252522autonomous%252Bpolice%252522%2526RS%3D%252522autonomous%252Bpolice%252522&quot;>patent</a> on an autonomous police car. (Photo: Ford Patent)</p>

Ford Files a Patent for an Autonomous Police Car

January 29, 2018
Ford has filed for a patent on an autonomous police car that would be able to detect infractions performed by another vehicle, either on its own or in conjunction with surveillance cameras and/or road-side sensors.
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