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N.H. Burglers Robbed Houses Using Facebook Updates

September 13, 2010
The Nashua (N.H.) Police Department's burglary unit recovered between $100,000 and $200,000 in stolen goods and arrested three suspects who identified their victims using social networking sites.

California Public Safety Broadband Network Gets $50.6M Stimulus Grant

September 12, 2010
The system will allow public safety personnel to transmit information more quickly and efficiently, during both day-to-day operations and major emergencies. As one example, new broadband applications would enable officers to transmit video images from an accident scene.

Los Angeles Sheriff Adds Mobile Data Computer System From Raytheon

September 12, 2010
For the first time, the department's vehicle systems will have access to applications such as the Sheriff's Data Network, mug-shot downloads, fingerprint programs, geo-positioning systems, e-mail, and Internet access.
Photo courtesy of New World Systems.

Michigan Fire and Police Agencies Integrate Operations with New World Systems Software

September 1, 2010
New World Systems announced that it has been chosen by the Sterling Heights (Mich.) Police Department to upgrade the city's police and fire operations' public safety software.
The ATN OTIS-17 is a compact and lightweight thermal imager. Photo courtesy of ATN.

ATN Introduces OTIS-17 Thermal Imaging System

September 1, 2010
This compact multipurpose thermal imaging system provides excellent image quality in total darkness and through fog, smoke and other visual obscuration. The sensitivity of the ATN OTIS-17 is unaffected by camouflage or bright lights.

Officers Locate Wisconsin Purse Snatcher Using Digital Photo

August 27, 2010
A family vacationing in Madison, Wisc., stopped to pose for a picture in front of the state capitol building and noticed a purse snatcher in the background grabbing the family's bag
The Digital Ally DMV-500 system works in conjunction with Trapeze Networks to provide a wireless solution for the Clarkston, GA, Police Department.

Trapeze Networks Introduces In-Car Digital Video System

August 23, 2010
The station's new Trapeze Networks wireless network transfers large video files quickly from the Digital Ally DMV-500 systems in the patrol cars to the station's server. The systems are fully integrated into replacement rearview mirrors and ensure that the video evidence remains untainted during the transfer.

Brownells and Coloseum Reduce Cost of FFL Management Software

August 11, 2010
Brownells has partnered with Coloseum Software Corporation to offer AIMI eBook Pro Firearms Management Software at a reduced rate. The eBook, which is fully BATF compliant, will assist gun shops in firearm transaction management

Original S.W.A.T. Launches Motorcycle Website

August 10, 2010
The site is geared toward users interested in features that appeal to the law enforcement community. The launch also coincides with the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, S.D.

Verizon Business Introduces Two Video Collaboration Services

August 8, 2010
The conferencing services and video capabilities can help enable courts and prison health-care systems to operate more efficiently and effectively.
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