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Klein Electronics Introduces LumenCam Video Flashlight

December 29, 2010
The LED flashlight carries an IP65 rating for water-resistance — it's totally protected against dust and protected against low-pressure jets of water from all directions with limited ingress permitted — and is rated at 180 lumen, according to Klein.
Photo courtesy of C4i Inc.

C4i Upgrades SwitchPlusIP To Manage Radio Calls

December 29, 2010
The latest version of SwitchPlusIP builds on the personal phone book and other features introduced earlier this year to provide a radio activity log, integrated voting, and remote control of Tait TB8100 radios.
Photo courtesy of Fortuna (Calif.) PD.

California PD's On-Body Recorder Captures Audio, Video, and Photos

December 29, 2010
The Fortuna PD deployed the communications device as "a crucial risk-management tool that is integrated into an officer's portable radio microphone." The agency purchased four VIDMIC devices with funding from a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant.
Image via Flickr (Proggie).

Bill Would Establish Federal Agency To Regulate Crime Labs

December 28, 2010
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) has announced that he will introduce legislation to reform the forensic science field in early 2011.

Chicago Police Expand Video Surveillence With Wireless Routers

December 26, 2010
The Chicago Police Department will further expand its video surveillance system coverage using SpeedLAN 9200 outdoor wireless routers by wireless network solutions provider Mountain Secure Systems.

50 Agencies Purchase or Expand Spillman Software

December 22, 2010
Nine public safety agencies purchased Spillman Technologies' software for the first time in the third quarter of 2010, bringing the total number of Spillman customers to more than 850 public safety agencies in 36 states nationwide.
An unmanned aircraft similar to this one operated by the Mexican government crashed into a residential area of El Paso. Photo via Aeronautics Defense System.

Mexican Drone Crashes In El Paso Backyard

December 18, 2010
The crash in El Paso's Lower Valley neighborhood occurred shortly before 6:28 p.m. Tuesday, when the El Paso (Texas) Police Department was notified about it. "We were told it was not a police matter," Det. Mike Baranyay told the news outlet.

LE Agencies Turning to Sex-Offender E-mail Alerts

December 16, 2010
The systems usually allow anyone to enter an address and get e-mails notifying them when a sex offender registers a home, work or school address near them.

Harris Corp. To Modernize California County's Public Safety Communications System

December 15, 2010
The Harris P25IP (Project 25 to the power of IP) VHF system will provide reliable coverage for first responders and public service agencies throughout the coastal county of 425,000 residents that spans more than 3,300 square miles.

Philips Releases SpeechExec 2.0 for BlackBerry Phones

December 15, 2010
Software update adds wireless network support and photo attachment capabilities to the company's mobile dictation service.
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