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Online Tool Helps Indiana Agency Solve Residential Burglaries

December 3, 2010
LeadsOnline, a nationwide online system that records secondhand transactions, kept a record of the reported stolen items and alerted the police when several of the items turned up at a secondhand store. The information led police to one of the individuals involved in the theft ring.

Seattle Police Tweet Stolen Car Descriptions

December 2, 2010
The department began tweeting vehicle descriptions on Wednesday, beginning with a brown 1984 Toyota Camry sedan. Each tweet includes the warning, "Do not make contact. Call 911."

Connecticut Man Claims Officer 'Sexted' From His Phone

November 30, 2010
William Vasilakos, 39, filed the suit against officer Michael Presti, according to documents posted to The Smoking Gun. The department in investigating the claim.

Pryme Radio Brings Next-Gen GPS-4100P GPS Speaker Mic

November 24, 2010
The device can send data reports over any uncompressed voice radio channel, allowing the dispatch operator to monitor the locations of officers in the field.

Nevada Agencies Adopt Spillman for Statewide Data Sharing

November 24, 2010
The ability to share data across jurisdictional lines will help agencies track criminals. Agencies will also use Spillman InSight to share data with the Las Vegas Metro Police Department and other agencies using non-Spillman software.

L.A. Sheriff's Deputies To Stream Live Camera Feeds In Cruisers

November 19, 2010
A retired deputy has partnered with the Industry Chamber of Commerce to launch a test program that will put access to live cameras, floor plans and a business-controlled database in squad cars patrolling Industry.
Photo courtesy of Berkeley Varitronics.

Berkeley Varitronics Introduces Wolfhound Cellular Detector

November 17, 2010
Wolfhound's high-speed scanning receiver utilizes a multi-band DF (Direction Finding) antenna system that allows security personnel to locate nearby cell phones in either standby or active mode using voice, text (SMS) or data transmissions.
Photo courtesy of Zistos.

Zistos Introduces Through-the-Wall Video System

November 17, 2010
The Through-the-Wall (TTW) video camera kit from Zistos Corp. contains tools that allow the operator to view into a room from an adjacent room through the common wall, when paired with the WalkAbout portable video system.

Illinois Agency Chooses New World for CAD, Field Reporting and GPS

November 17, 2010
The department selected New World's Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management, Mobile Computing and Field-based Reporting software that uses Microsoft technology, Windows Server and SQL Server.

Honored American Veterans Afield Launches New Website

November 17, 2010
HAVA is a nonprofit organization formed by companies in the shooting and outdoor industry with the purpose of raising awareness and further assisting disabled veterans with their healing process through guided hunts, shooting sports, and other active outdoor sports activities.
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