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AngelTrax Debuts New Driver Behavior Feature of MotoTrax

February 24, 2016
AngelTrax, a mobile video surveillance provider, recently debuted a powerful new tool for fleets of any size - the new MotoTrax Driver Behavior feature, designed specifically to help fleet managers instantly identify their riskiest drivers in real time.

Video: Buffalo Officer Suspended Without Pay Over Vine Videos

February 23, 2016
A three-year veteran of the Buffalo (NY) Police Department assigned to the Housing Unit was suspended without pay Monday afternoon for violating the department's social media policy.

Video: Golden Retriever Joins Arizona DPS to Find Hidden Data, Help Distressed Employees

February 19, 2016
DPS says Fallon will help provide calm and comfort to distressed detectives at the Arizona Counter Terrorism Intelligence Center. The 2-year-old dog has a number of special skills, including the ability to sniff out "digital evidence."

Video: Police Body Cam Leads to Firing of Georgia Fire Captain

February 19, 2016
Krystal Cathcart later filed a written complaint, which included a warning about making a false sworn statement. She claimed Sgt. Floyd created "a sense of fear" at the scene, cussed her out twice, telling her to "back the f--- up" or he will throw her in the "back of my squad car."

FLEOA Blasts Apple's Refusal to Cooperate With FBI

February 18, 2016
Following Apple Inc.'s refusal of a duly issued federal court order to assist the FBI in the procurement of data from the phones of the terrorist attackers in the San Bernardino, CA, shooting, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association National President Nathan Catura issued the following statement.

Historical LPR Data Used by Missouri Department to Locate Homicide Suspect

February 18, 2016
Vigilant Solutions' license plate recognition (LPR) cameras and commercial LPR data are being used by Lee's Summit (MO) Police Department to improve safety for its residents, including the recent location and arrest of a homicide suspect.

Here's Why the FBI Forcing Apple to Break Into an iPhone Is a Big Deal

February 17, 2016
When U.S. Magistrate Sheri Pym ruled that Apple must help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the killers in the San Bernardino, CA, shootings, the tech world shuddered. Apple's CEO doesn't want to create a "backdoor" to let the FBI in.
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AS&E Introduces the CarView Portal to Inspect Small Vehicles

February 17, 2016
American Science and Engineering Inc. today introduced the CarView portal, an advanced high-throughput scanning system for superior detection of hidden threats in cars and small vehicles.

VP360 Develops Argus Body-Worn Camera and Evidence Storage Solution for Law Enforcement

February 17, 2016
A consortium of technology industry leaders led by VP360 and Lightstream and including technology providers Zadara Storage and SoleraTec today announced the availability of the VP360 Argus Body-Worn Camera Solution for law enforcement agencies.

License Plate Reader and Historical LPR Data Used in Homicide Investigation

February 17, 2016
An agency used its Vigilant Solutions mobile license plate reader (LPR) to develop a lead in a difficult homicide case. The agency then used Vigilant's historical and commercially available LPR data to locate the suspect vehicle.
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