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Alabama County's Dispatchers Get New PlantCML Call Processing System

February 15, 2011
The center is currently equipped with 10 call taking positions to field emergency and administrative calls, as well as to dispatch calls to first responders at the Decatur Police Department, Decatur Fire and Rescue, the Morgan County Rescue Squad, Trinity Police Department, Priceville Police Department, Decatur EMS and 22 volunteer fire departments.

Conn. State Police Outfit 400 Vehicles With In-Car Video

February 14, 2011
The contract covers installation of Panasonic's Toughbook Arbitrator 360 in-car digital video system, which can record, transfer and store 360-degree high-quality digital video. Evidence can be transferred automatically to police station servers using wireless hotspots.

Rockwell Collins' iForce System Increases Situational Awareness for Officers

February 10, 2011
Rockwell Collins' iForce system, which was unveiled at IACP 2010, allows officers to control radio, electronics and computer functions in their patrol vehicle using a single interface.

Laserfiche Awards California Agency's Gang Enforcement Imaging

February 9, 2011
Today, LBPD officers have the ability to retrieve documents such as tickets, restraining orders, arrest reports, policies and procedures. The system allows them to retrieve the documents from their patrol vehicles, whereas in the past they could only view them from computers in the police station.
Photo via ACLU.

ACLU To Chicago: Stop Adding Surveillance Cameras

February 8, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union issued a report today calling on Chicago city leaders to stop adding to the network of video surveillance cameras accessible to the police department.

Five Police Agencies Adopt Salient Stills for Forensic Video

February 8, 2011
The annual subscription to VideoFOCUS Pro provides access to powerful forensic video enhancement tools, which, through concurrent licensing, can be shared between the departments.
Photo courtesy of FLIR Systems.

FLIR Introduces Bi-Ocular Hand-held Thermal Imager

February 5, 2011
The BHS-Series Bi-Ocular features a full-coverage eyepiece, inter-ocular adjustment, ergonomic comfort, and FLIR's high-resolution thermal cores. It's ideal for missions requiring longer standoff distances.

Feds Ask for Next-Gen Border Surveillance Technology

February 3, 2011
The new border technology strategy is divided into three solution areas — agent-centric solutions, mobile-sensor solutions and fixed sensor solutions. These solutions should be able to determine if the moving object is a human, animal, vehicle or something else.

Raytheon and UCLA To Establish Center for Public Safety Network Systems

February 3, 2011
The mission of the UCLA-ITA Public Safety Network Systems Center is to bring together academia, industry and public safety agencies to provide technical leadership, a collaborative forum for research, and to establish standards for public safety networks.
The Cougar20-H mini-robot system can detect motion and probe for a person's breathing. Photo courtesy of Tia Linx.

TiaLinx's Cougar20-H Mini-Robot Probes for Human Breathing

February 3, 2011
The Cougar20-H mini-robot system is capable of motion detection as well as probing for a person's breathing in a compound while being remotely controlled from long standoff distances.
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