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Kansas Law Makers Open Police Records

May 19, 2014
Kansas legislators have approved legislation opening some law enforcement records to the public, bringing the state in line with the practice across the country.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

TASER Case Could Get SCOTUS Review

May 19, 2014
A January 2008 in-custody death could get a SCOTUS review. This would be the court’s first look at police use of stun guns after turning away appeals from both recipients of the high-voltage shocks and from police officers.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

Bratton's Collaborative Policing Tested in NYC Neighborhood

May 18, 2014
As violence rises in a North Bronx neighborhood, the commanders working for Chief William Bratton's NYPD will be testing his new hands-off policing strategies to fight the upsurge in murders.

Public Safety Orgs Support FCC Rule to Help Find Wireless 911 Callers

May 16, 2014
A unified front of the nation's leading public safety and public health organizations submitted comments this week in support of a proposed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rule to help emergency responders more quickly and accurately find 911 callers using wireless phones from indoor locations.
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Next Generation Tool Introduces Auto HD DVR In-Car Video

May 13, 2014
Next Generation Tool's compact Auto HD DVR with digital camera function is portable, so you can easily remove it to record incidents outside the vehicle as well.

Tait Enable Suite Helps Manage Radio Fleets

May 7, 2014
Tait Communications has released Tait Enable, a suite of management tools and middleware that offers a solution for network and fleet management.
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Motorola Solutions Expands APX Project 25 Radio Series

May 7, 2014
Motorola Solutions has announced the newest additions to its award-winning lineup of APX mission-critical two-way radios: the APX 1000 and APX 4000XE portable radios.

Camden County Police Expand Crime Prevention Efforts

April 28, 2014
Camden, New Jersey, police are expanding their community crime prevention efforts to include interactive use of their surveillance cameras.
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Man Who Invented Kevlar Dies in Delaware

April 24, 2014
Retired DuPont chemist Tom Bair died last week in Delaware. Countless police officers and soldiers owe their lives to Dr. Bair because he was instrumental in inventing Kevlar.
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LPR Technology Helps Solve Kansas City Highway Shootings

April 21, 2014
A controversial license plate reader system has helped police officials in Kansas City, Mo., to identify a suspect in highway shootings.
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