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More Chicago Police Officers to Wear Body Cameras

November 30, 2015
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago police Superintendent Garry McCarthy announced Sunday that police officers will wear body cameras in six additional police districts by mid-2016

TASER Wins Bid to Outfit 22,000 London Police Officers with Body Cameras

November 27, 2015
Led by the Mayor’s Office of Policing and Crime (MOPAC), the Metropolitan Police completed a 12-month pilot earlier this year using 1,000 of TASER's Axon body-worn cameras. The world’s largest trial of body cameras to date was considered a success and a research study conducted by MOPAC and the College of Policing found that introducing the cameras resulted in a 33-percent reduction in complaints against officers.
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Havis Offers New Docking Station for Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet

November 27, 2015
Havis Inc., has announced an addition to its series of docking stations designed and developed in partnership with Dell Inc. The DS-DELL-600 Series Docking Station provides a lightweight docking solution for the new Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet that is designed for maximum security, productivity and longevity in tough mobile environments.

New World Systems to Modernize Multi-Jurisdictional Sheriff's Office in Idaho

November 26, 2015
Emergency response officials in Bonneville County, ID, selected New World Systems to replace the county's outdated public safety software.
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TacView Releases 3.10 Tactical Pole Camera

November 25, 2015
The TacView 3.10 is a pole-mounted, IR/color camera that can help you search areas in full room light or in total darkness.

Video: Body Cams Help Prove Tennessee Deputy Innocent

November 24, 2015
A Knox County, TN, deputy's body camera helped prove his innocence after he was accused of fondling a woman during a traffic stop.

New York Terror Drill Reveals Problems with EMT Radios in Subways

November 23, 2015
While city cops and firefighters participated in a much-touted terror drill at a Manhattan subway station Sunday, several EMTs griped that it was a farce as far as their unit is concerned — because it’s still nearly impossible for them to communicate underground.

Cannabix Technologies Testing Marijuana Breathalyzer Prototype

November 20, 2015
With marijuana legalization one big step closer to becoming a reality in Canada, a Vancouver company says it has developed a prototype device for catching drug-impaired drivers.

Survey: Police See Crime Fighting Software as Way to Combat Drug and Gang Crime

November 20, 2015
While law enforcement agencies are having success using crime-fighting software to solve crimes faster, the survey shows the majority are still policing using the same techniques that have been in practice for decades.
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NYPD's New Phones Will Be 'On The Go' Crime Labs

November 17, 2015
The NYPD smartphones that every officer is set to be issued by next year will become an invaluable resource in fighting crime in real time, officials said Sunday.
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