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Exclusive IBM Webinar to Cover Integrated LE Technology

June 3, 2014
Discover how the combination of intelligence analysis, lead generation, agency collaboration, and communications integration can help you uncover issues faster and take action sooner in PoliceMag.com's exclusive webinar June 17 at 2pm Eastern.
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Arizona Police K-9s Going High-Tech

June 2, 2014
A new program being used by the Arizona Department of Public Safety K-9 officers allows officers to monitor their dogs' temperature and location with the help of an Android app.

Agencies Choose Spillman for Shared Systems, Mobile Solutions, Intelligence-Led Policing

May 28, 2014
Fourteen public safety and three security agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the first quarter of 2014, joining the more than 1,200 agencies in 39 states nationwide already using Spillman software. In addition to the new agencies, 53 agencies expanded their existing Spillman systems.

25 of Television's Most Unforgettable Police Characters

May 28, 2014
TV’s police characters have left an impression on the public and how America views the police profession. Fox News lists 25 of the most unforgettable ones.

Billings Police to Use Encrypted Radio Transmissions

May 23, 2014
The Billings Police Department will no longer be broadcasting its radio transmissions between officers and from officers to dispatchers on frequencies that can be picked up by police scanners.
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License Plate Data Collection Raising Privacy Concerns

May 19, 2014
Law enforcement and private companies are collecting huge photo databases of license plate, time and location information for use as an investigative tool. But the use of license plate data is raising privacy concerns.

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.
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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.
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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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