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All Traffic Solutions Shows Web-Based Products to State Law Enforcement Leaders

April 26, 2010
All Traffic Solutions gave attendees at the annual State Associations of Chiefs of Police (SACOP) conference held recently in Alexandria, Va, a sneak peak at the company's Web-based traffic safety solutions.
ATN's new Night Shadow Vision binoculars feature Smart Technology for enhanced night vision capabilities.

ATN Night Shadow Binocular Brings Long Distance Objects into View at Night

April 26, 2010
American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN) has built its proprietary "Smart Technology" into it Night Shadow Night Vision binocular line.
Photo courtesy of Digital Ally.

Digital Ally Receives State Contracts From Texas and Minnesota

April 23, 2010
These contracts include video systems that are mounted in or on vehicles, such as patrol cars, SUVs, trucks, motorcycles, boats or other vehicles.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears SWAT Texting Case

April 20, 2010
U.S. Supreme Court justices began discussing the merits of the firing of a California SWAT sergeant for receiving sexually explicit text messages on his department-issued pager.

ATN's PS40-WPTT Scope Provides Night Vision in Black and White

April 19, 2010
Studies comparing night vision green to black-and-white imagery showed that black and white produced greater contrast and clearer information on shapes and shadows, according to ATN.

Ohio Sheriff’s Office Begins Recycling In-Car Video Systems

April 19, 2010
Decatur Electronics' Green for Green program allows law enforcement agencies to trade in their outdated in-car video systems for the new Responder 1000 in-car video system, while the company recycles the old systems.

North Carolina Department Adds Wireless Access Control System

April 14, 2010
Under a contract between the city of Asheville (N.C.) and Matrix Systems, several municipal facilities including the police department will have a state-of-the-art, enterprise-based access control system.

Combined Systems Begins Producing Light Incapacitator

April 8, 2010
The LEDI is a light-based non-lethal device utilizing high-powered, multi-colored LED clusters and complex optical concentrators producing a high level of optical disruption and disorientation in targeted subjects, according to the company.

Texas Sheriff's Department Deploys Leica Geosystems 3-D Laser Scanner

April 8, 2010
Citing its ability to enhance criminal prosecutions while reducing investigation time, Bexar County Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz introduced his agency's new Leica Geosystems ScanStation C10 to an audience that included local law enforcement agencies and the District Attorney's office.

Pasadena Police Use Copter's Infrared Device To Catch Hiding Burglars

April 8, 2010
The two men were hiding in trees between a freeway and hardware store and were identified with the thermal imager.
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