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<p><em><strong>Cellebrite's UFED standard is a mobile forensic device that  extracts data from 95% of cellular phones on the market today, according  to the company. Photo via Cellebrite.</strong></em></p>

Michigan ACLU Questions Troopers' Use of Cellphone Data Extractors

April 18, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan wants more information about how Michigan State Police troopers are using devices known as cellular data extractors to retrieve information from a citizen's mobile device during a traffic stop without their consent.

DOJ Asks SCOTUS to Review Police GPS Tracking Case

April 18, 2011
The Justice Department has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether the use of GPS tracking devices on suspect vehicles without a warrant is allowed under the Fourth Amendment.

Radio Spectrum Auction Threatens Alarm Communications

April 15, 2011
Legislation currently being deliberated in Congress if adopted could result in the subsequent auctioning of portions of radio spectrum used by the electronic security industry to transmit alarm signals.

ELSAG Announces Enhancements to Tactical Operation Center

April 12, 2011
Tactical Operation Center is used in conjunction with the ALPR system by alerting dispatchers and additional patrol units immediately when an MPH-900T-patrolling police car alarm occurs, instantly allowing them to see what caused the alarm and see the location of the lead patrol car on a local area map.

COPS Office Announces Online Training Course for LE

April 11, 2011
The training course, "Team Up: Action Planner for Police-Security Partnerships," provides police and private security partners with assistance in establishing and sustaining partnerships, helping create a customized action plan, and highlighting aspects of successful police-private security partnerships that can be easily replicated.

Social Media Aids Investigations in Kentucky

April 9, 2011
The Kentucky State Police, which started a Facebook page about three years ago, views Facebook as a "handy tool" for communication, Capt. Lisa Rudzinski told the media outlet.

CryWolf's Smartphone App Assists Officers In Alarm Response

April 8, 2011
When responding to alarm calls, law enforcement personnel need quick access to alarm system and occupant information. Instead of contacting dispatch or the alarm companies for the information, officers can access the CryWolf alarm management database directly from their smartphone.
<p>Kenwood's TK5210 P25 radio. Photo: Kenwood.</p>

Kenwood Introduces 10 Series G-Model P25 Radios

April 8, 2011
The TK-5210G/5310G/5710G portables and TK-5810G mobile feature enough memory expansion to handle larger systems with up to 1,024 channels and 100 zones.

Tait Radio Becomes Public Safety Network Provider In Texas

April 8, 2011
Technical staff from Harris County, Texas, tested and passed the radios for use on the digital network, allowing users access to Tait's portfolio and the assurance of interoperability knowing the radios have been rigorously tested on the network.

Feds To Issue Terror Alerts Via Facebook, Twitter

April 8, 2011
The Department of Homeland Security has indicated it will replace its color-coded, five-level system of terrorism alerts with a new two-tiered approach and will issue some public alerts via social media sites.
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