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Alabama Agencies Receive Grants to Buy Digital Ally In-Car Video Systems

March 2, 2010
It will soon be easier for officers in Phenix City and Russell County, Ala., to do their jobs. Both city police and county deputies are getting an upgrade in the form of new Digital Ally video systems for their police vehicles.

Spillman's Data-Sharing Software Helps Colorado Agencies Improve Service

March 2, 2010
Using Spillman, the Mountain Village Police Department and the Telluride Marshal's Department can share information with the Montrose Police Department, Montrose County Sheriff's Office, and the 7th Judicial Drug Task Force. Data collected by all of the agencies is stored on a server located at the Montrose Police Department, where it can be accessed by authorized personnel in each jurisdiction.
Soltec's G120 can create a thermal-image movie that's recorded directly to the device's SD Card. Image via Soltec.

Soltec Introduces Pair of Thermal Imagers

February 24, 2010
Soltec Corp. has introduced the G100 and G120 high resolution, portable thermal imaging cameras (InfRec series), one of which offers a panoramic thermal image recording feature the company claims is a first.

NYPD Will Videotape Interrogations

February 21, 2010
The initiative, which will begin in two of the department's 76 precincts, is opposed by the detectives' union and supported by city district attorneys.

Texas Agencies Upgrade Their Spillman Software

February 19, 2010
Public safety agencies in Texas have recently upgraded their Spillman Technologies software. The system upgrades were provided by Spillman at no additional costs.

More Than 85 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software in Fourth Quarter

February 19, 2010
Twenty-five public safety agencies purchased Spillman software for the first time in the fourth quarter of 2009, bringing the total number of Spillman customers to more than 800 public safety agencies in 36 states across the nation. Sixty-two agencies expanded existing Spillman systems.

Gun Rights Advocates Target California Detective Following Facebook Posts

February 16, 2010
Gun rights advocates have a California police detective in their cross hairs after he apparently posted comments on Facebook advocating that "open carry" supporters should be shot.

Daniels Electronics Receives its Largest Single Order - $6.5 Million

February 16, 2010
Daniels Electronics Ltd., a global supplier of Land Mobile Radio (LMR) radio equipment, has received the largest single purchase order in the company's 60 year history - $6.5 Million US.

Streamlight Introduces PolyTac LED HP Flashlight

February 10, 2010
The lithium-powered PolyTac LED HP delivers 150 lumens measured system output and 15,000 candela peak beam intensity, which is enough to provide lighting for a wide variety of law enforcement and tactical uses.

Texas Agency Deploys Leica 3-D Laser Scanner for Crime Scene Investigation

February 9, 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.
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