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LAPD Clears DNA Evidence Backlog

February 2, 2011
Information provided in the kits from the original backlog has resulted in 521 matches in a national database of known offenders. There also have been 41 "case-to-case hits," some of which found serial offenders or an unknown suspect who has committed other crimes.
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Traffic Fatalities Drop In Cities With Red-Light Cameras

February 1, 2011
Researchers found that in the 14 cities that had cameras from 2004 to '08, the combined per capita rate of fatal red light running crashes fell 35 percent, compared with 1992-96. The rate also fell in the 48 cities without camera programs by 14 percent.

FCC Picks LTE for Public Safety Network

January 26, 2011
The announcement was cautiously applauded by law enforcement supporters of a national broadband network that would replace the web of disparate radio frequencies that often thwart communication between police, fire and EMS during incident response.

EHS Changes Name to VIDMIC, Names New CEO

January 25, 2011
VIDMIC, a global provider of officer-worn video, radio accessories, and digital file management software, today announced the appointment of board member Todd Haynes as CEO. The company also changed its name from EHS (Earhugger Safety) to VIDMIC Inc.

Digital Ally Adds Mapping Feature to VideoManager Analytics

January 25, 2011
Digital Ally's VideoManager software will now include a mapping feature that allows users to utilize an overhead map to view routes traversed in videos along with the location of "marked" events. This feature gives officers an interface for pinpointing the location of where recorded video was created.

Washington County Agencies Buy Spillman Software for Data Sharing

January 25, 2011
Public safety agencies in Yakima County, Wash., have adopted new software from Spillman Technologies, allowing them to share data and fight crime across jurisdictional boundaries.

Federal Bill Would Help Establish National Blue Alert

January 24, 2011
H.R. 365 would encourage states to set up Blue Alerts for attacks on officers that are similar to the Amber Alert system used to locate abducted children.

WatchGuard Video Makes Dallas 100 List

January 12, 2011
The Dallas 100 Awards annually identifies fast-growing, privately held companies that criteria based on legal status, location, sales history, credit report, and character. This is the first year that WatchGuard Video was considered for inclusion on the list, according to the company.
Photo courtesy of TiaLinx.

TiaLinx's Cougar10-L Mini-Robot Includes Through-Wall Imager

January 12, 2011
The Cougar10-L can be remotely guided at lengthened ranges to perform mission-critical tasks. Integrated multiple cameras allow day and night visibility of a premise under surveillance for enhanced situational awareness.

Facebook To Create AMBER Alert Pages

January 12, 2011
Andrew Noyes, manager of public policy communications at Facebook, says there will be a page for each state, plus the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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