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Oklahoma Agency Provides On-Body Video to Officers

April 4, 2011
The city of Owasso, Okla., will buy 35 cameras from Seattle, Wash.-based Vievu. The city will spend about $31,500 for the cameras and roughly $13,500 for data storage, reports the Tulsa World.

Pryme Radio Introduces 2011 Products

April 1, 2011
Pryme Radio Products unveiled its newest technologies at the IWCE Las Vegas earlier this month that include two new additions to its PRYMEBLU line, a wireless push-to-talk (PTT) adapter and several solutions for high-noise environments.

Portable Lighting Manufacturers Form Trade Organization

April 1, 2011
The Portable Lights American Trade Organization (PLATO), as it will be known, is the first group of its kind to represent the common business interests of the portable lighting industry.

APCO Honors Tucson Mass Shooting Dispatchers

April 1, 2011
As part of National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International will honor members of the Pima County Sheriff's Department call center for their work during the Tucson mass shooting in January.

L-3 MPRI's Criminal Justice Advisors Support ID/IQ Contract

April 1, 2011
This multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract will help INL train, staff and implement civilian police and criminal justice assistance programs overseas. L-3 MPRI will be working with Navigator Development Group Inc., which is one of the primary contractors for this program.
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Wisconsin Agencies Adopt Spillman Software

April 1, 2011
Spillman's CompStat Dashboard module will enable the agencies to spot trends and make informed decisions by utilizing information gathered in the Spillman database. The agencies also purchased Spillman's records, mobile, corrections, fire/EMS, and resources solutions.

Prankster Harassed Police with Hundreds of Hoax Calls

March 30, 2011
The FBI is pursuing charges against a 20-year-old Wisconsin man who used the Skype videoconferencing service to place hundreds of hoax calls to law enforcement agencies.

Florida Agency Using Skype To Obtain Warrants

March 29, 2011
Cpl. Darin Morgan came up with an idea to save time when obtaining blood search warrants from judges in cases involving impaired drivers. Using Skype can shave hours off police time spent traveling and waiting to meet judges in person.

S.C. Lawmakers Say They'll Pull Plug on Red-Light Cameras

March 28, 2011
Lawmakers say the system, while a money-maker, amounts to unconstitutional selective law enforcement.

N.C. County Buys Spillman Software for 911 Dispatchers

March 28, 2011
When Cherokee County, N.C., 911 Communications needed a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) solution that was intuitive and easy to use, it turned to Spillman Technologies.
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