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ICOP Partners With General Dynamics Itronix

July 1, 2010
The ICOP products, combined with the General Dynamics notebook, will provide high-quality video and audio to help officers and first responders mitigate risks, reduce losses and improve safety and security in the line of duty, according to a joint announcement.

Maryland Implements 'Blue Alert' for Crimes Against LE

June 26, 2010
The notification system will be called Blue Alert and will be similar to the Amber Alert system to identify missing children and Silver Alert to find missing seniors.

Arizona Agency Begins Using New Crime Mapping Tool

June 25, 2010
RAIDS provides crime data that users can search, filter and analyze via an interactive dashboard. Residents also can sign up for alerts about criminal activity occurring in their neighborhood.

34 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software In 1Q

June 24, 2010
Five public safety agencies purchased Spillman Technologies' software for the first time in the first quarter of 2010. Twenty-nine agencies expanded existing Spillman systems.
Photo courtesy of Pryme Radio.

Pryme Radio Releases Mics and Bluetooth Adapters

June 22, 2010
The microphones are ruggedized, waterproof, and IP rated. The standard speaker microphone now includes a large push-to-talk button on the front for gloved hands.

Utah Valley University Uses Spillman Data-Sharing System

June 18, 2010
If a student is suspected of an on-campus crime, the department can quickly search the Spillman system to see if the student has also committed crimes in other local jurisdictions.
Photo via Flickr.com (Just Nick...).

U.S. Supreme Court Allows PDs to Search Officer Pagers

June 17, 2010
The Ontario (Calif.) Police Department fired Sgt. Jeff Quon after an internal audit determined he had sent a flurry of personal text messages using his department-issued pager.

Missouri Agency Equips Patrol Car With 'Plate Hunter'

June 17, 2010
The system's three external cameras feed an on-board computer that scans every plate and runs it through police databases. If there's a match, an alarm sounds, allowing the officer to take appropriate action.
Photo courtesy of Rugged Notebooks.

Rugged Notebooks' RNB Eagle Meets FBI Standards

June 15, 2010
Rugged Notebooks has introduced their RNB Eagle notebook, which complies with the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) requirements set by the FBI, according to the company.

ATN's PS15-4 Night Vision Goggles Offer G4 Autogated/Filmless Tubes

June 15, 2010
The PS15-4 from American Technologies Network (ATN) is a compact, lightweight dual night vision goggle system utilizing two autogated/filmless image intensifier tubes that improve operational effectiveness for night vision goggle users.
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