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WatchGuard Video Announces New “Hybrid” Product That Combines Server-Based Technology with the DV-1

January 8, 2009
Designed exclusively around the company’s industry leading DVD-video based in-car video system, the WatchGuard DV-1, CES offers the ability for law enforcement agencies to upload video and metadata to a centralized server system providing convenient video search and retrieval, review, data analysis, physical inventory tracking, and report generation.

San Diego Police Buy ICX Mobile Observation Tower

January 8, 2009
Rising two stories above Pacific Beach, a watchful San Diego police officer for the first time had a bird's-eye view of the boisterous crowds celebrating New Year's Eve along Garnet Avenue.

NYPD Prepares for Times Square's Festivities

December 31, 2008
A phalanx of rookie cops - one day out of the Police Academy - will be out in force on New Year's Eve as police keep watch on the festivities in Times Square. And keeping watch over them - and just about everyone else - will be Sky Watch, the retractable NYPD tower that allows police to spot problems from blocks away.

Poughkeepsie Police Upgrade Public Safety Software Using New World Systems

December 22, 2008
The Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Police Department has signed a contract to license New World Systems’ Aegis/MSP Public Safety Solution on the Microsoft platform. The new software will replace New World’s Aegis 400 solution, on the IBM iSeries 400 platform, that the department has used since 1998.

Blood from Mosquito Traps Finnish Suspect

December 22, 2008
Police in Finland believe they have caught a car-thief thanks to a DNA sample taken from a sample of his blood found inside a mosquito.

3 Men Accused of Illegally Exporting Night Vision Goggles to Vietnam

December 17, 2008
Federal authorities are trying to determine the whereabouts of dozens of state-of-the-art goggles capable of illuminating battlefields at night and potentially undercutting the tactical advantage of U.S. soldiers if they were to fall into the wrong hands.

MPRI Sells 12 Driver Simulators to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

December 16, 2008
MPRI today announced that the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) has purchased 12 PatrolSim IV driver simulators. The simulators will be used to provide basic training to uniformed police and land management professionals.

Philadelphia Police Radio System Will Cost $40 Million to Upgrade

December 12, 2008
A series of human errors caused a 40-minute failure in the city's police radio system July 22, according to a report submitted yesterday to City Council by the Nutter administration. The report also said the problem-plagued system would cost $40 million to upgrade—almost as much as it cost to install in 2002.

Oklahoma Emergency Responders Receive Equipment Donation from BAE Systems

December 8, 2008
BAE Systems, Inc., has donated, installed, and provided training for 10 First InterComm interoperable communication units worth a total value of $65,000 to emergency responders in Grady County, Okla.

EF Johnson Technologies Receives Certification for Transcrypt International

December 8, 2008
EF Johnson Technologies today announced that the quality systems of its Transcrypt International subsidiary's customer service location in Irving, Texas, have been re-certified to the ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management Systems standard. ISO 9001 is accepted worldwide as the inclusive international standard that defines quality.
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