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Wyoming Purchases Spillman Software for Statewide Sharing Initiative

November 12, 2015
The governing board of WASCOP elected to make the statewide purchase after reviewing a proposal created by Spillman to improve collaboration and efficiency among current Spillman customers. The board will fund the initial installation and first-year costs while providing each agency with the individual product licenses. The agencies will then be responsible for maintenance fees on the three products after the first year.

Cummins Allison Helps Agencies Return Buy Money to Their Budgets

November 11, 2015
Cummins Allison, innovator and provider of check, currency, and coin handling solutions, has announced the availability of its Doc Find software. The new application is paired with the JetScan iFX currency scanner to allow law enforcement agencies to quickly and easily pull out buy money from a seizure and get it back into their budgets.

L-com Releases New GPS/Cellular Antennas

November 11, 2015
L-com Global Connectivity, manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, will now offer GPS/cellular antennas for use in mobile tracking applications.

Cloud-based Document Management Technology Helps Police Identify Criminals

November 11, 2015
The Secaucus (NJ) Police Department used web-based software to disseminate burglary footage to officers, leading to a quick identification and enhanced collaboration between detectives and patrol staff. The technology from Orlando, Florida-based PowerDMS enables agencies to upload their most important content into a web-based platform, then distribute it directly to officers' mobile devices or computers for review.

Panasonic Announces World’s First Fully Rugged Detachable Laptop

November 11, 2015
An extremely flexible solution, the Panasonic Toughbook 20 offers six usage modes, making it ideal for any situation or environment. Besides being used as a traditional laptop, the tablet can be detached and used by itself or flipped 180-degrees to show content in presentation mode. The convertible mode allows users to see the display with the keyboard attached and ready when it is needed.
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Pelican Products Introduces Rugged Cases for Apple iPad mini 4

November 9, 2015
To provide rugged protection in almost any setting without sacrificing functionality Pelican Products, Inc., designer and manufacturer of high-performance protective case solutions and advanced portable lighting systems, has introduced military-grade defense for the Apple iPad mini 4.

How to Use 3D Laser Technology to Generate Savings

November 5, 2015
By downloading and reading this white paper on policemag.com, officers can learn how to generate significant savings for an inter-agency investigation team using FARO 3D laser technology.

Tesla Owner Tracks Car Thief in Real Time, Leads to Arrest

November 5, 2015
As the thief swerved into courtyards and busted U-turns, the Pinkowskis relayed the car's location to a 911 operator.

HGH Infrared Systems' Cyclope Hypervisor to Streamline Multi-site Management

November 3, 2015
HGH Infrared Systems has introduced a new feature to accompany its advanced intrusion detection and tracking software, Cyclope, with the addition of Hypervisor. Ideal for critical sites where multiple Spynel, panoramic infrared thermal imaging surveillance systems are deployed, Cyclope Hypervisor centralizes all data to offer a global geolocation of all events tracked by all Spynels over a common network or across the globe.

Police Body Cameras Spark Debate About Privacy in Tennessee

November 3, 2015
Although Franklin, TN, city officials have already funded a body camera program, they're holding off on rolling out the cameras until state law addresses how best to use them and what footage becomes a public record.
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