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Colorado Department Selects Sierra Wireless for Mobile Communications

November 14, 2014
The Westminster (Colo.) Police Department has deployed Sierra Wireless InMotion Solutions to provide wired and wireless connectivity for its fleet.

Video: Tennessee Sheriff's Office Pays Ransom for Case Files

November 13, 2014
Officials with the Dickson (Tenn.) County Sheriff's Office said they had to pay a ransom after malware locked them out of thousands of their case files. "It's a very bad feeling to be the victim instead of the investigator," said the agency's IT director.

Wichita to Equip All Officers with Body Cameras

November 13, 2014
Wichita will become one of the largest cities in the country to outfit every police officer on the force with body cameras, Interim Police Chief Nelson Mosley said Wednesday.

Zetron's New Program Helps Public Safety Agencies Finance Equipment

November 12, 2014
Zetron's recent partnership with Government Capital Corporation gives public safety agencies an affordable and flexible way to purchase new equipment.

NowForce Announces Law Enforcement Offerings

November 12, 2014
New NowForce Law Enforcement helps optimize communications, share critical information, and assign the closest officers through a cloud-based CAD.
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Vievu, Microsoft Team Up for CJIS Compliant Cloud Storage

November 11, 2014
Vievu, an industry leader in body worn video, today unveiled its work with Microsoft Corp. to develop an industry-leading, enterprise-grade cloud platform built on the Microsoft Azure Government cloud as part of the Vievu video management solution for law enforcement, fire departments, and emergency responders.

Baltimore Council Approves Police Body Camera Bill

November 11, 2014
The legislation, which was approved 12-1, still needs a final vote from the council to move to the desk of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who said she will veto the measure, which she criticized as a hasty piece of bad legislation.

Video: Washington Agencies Overwhelmed by Records Requests May Drop Body Cams

November 11, 2014
Two Seattle area agencies are reconsidering their use of officer-worn video systems because of records requests from the owner of a YouTube account.
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Brite Releases Q-Active Dock with Larger Screen and 4G/LTE

November 7, 2014
Brite has released its next generation mobile computing solution for law enforcement, the Q-Active Dock for the Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q-704. The Q-Active Dock was created from real-life usage, feedback, and extensive research.

Getac Upgrades S400 Semi-Rugged Laptop Computer

November 6, 2014
Getac Inc. has upgraded its S400 semi-rugged laptop. A powerful new processor, improved mobile computing platform and high performance graphics, along with the ruggedness needed to perform in harsh and demanding environments, makes the new Getac S400 well suited for professionals working in demanding environments, including military, police, fire, and other field service industries.
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