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Pelican Products Named to Prestigious Inc. Magazine List

September 4, 2008
Pelican Products, manufacturer of advanced lighting systems and protective cases, today announced Inc. Magazine's Inc. 5,000 list has identified it as one of America's fastest-growing companies. The list, published annually, highlights U.S.-based, privately held and independent companies with more than $2 million in revenues that have increased revenues significantly during the most recent three-year period.

Sagem Morpho Unveils New Generation of Mobile Biometric ID Device

August 22, 2008
Sagem Morpho will introduce its 3rd generation Morpho RapID handheld biometric device at the 2008 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference. The “Morpho RapID 1100” integrates a digital camera to support facial recognition, and features a larger screen, a keyboard, and enhanced wireless communication capabilities.

Federal Signal Partners with Target Safe City to Enhance Safety, Security and Well-Being

August 21, 2008
Federal Signal Corporation’s Safety and Security Systems Group, a leader in advancing security and well-being, today announced its partnership with the Safe City initiative.

Man Barricaded In Wal-Mart Shot After Stabbing LAPD SWAT Officer

August 20, 2008

An LAPD SWAT officer was recovering Tuesday after being stabbed in the hand by a theft suspect who barricaded himself inside an office at a Wal-Mart store at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, authorities said. The suspect was shot and wounded by police, but authorities did not immediately report his condition.

DHS Chief Chertoff Announces Biggest ID Theft Bust

August 6, 2008

Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff announced the nation's largest-ever hacking and identity-theft case on Tuesday when, coincidentally, he was in San Jose to talk to Silicon Valley business leaders about the need for improved network security.

S.C. Deputy Killed Responding to Alarm Call

August 6, 2008

South Carolina authorities are searching for clues in the early morning slaying of a sheriff's deputy in Colleton County.

S.C. Copper Theft Suspect Trapped Under Dumpster for Hours

August 1, 2008

A man was rescued from under a trash bin Wednesday morning in Dillon County, S.C., after what deputies called an attempted copper theft gone wrong.

Gibson Cook, 56, became stuck and was unable to free himself from under the trash bin at the Dillon County landfill on S.C. 57 while he was trying to steal copper wiring, Dillon County Sheriff’s Office reports show.

Popularity of CSI Shows Helping Crime Labs Gain Funding

July 31, 2008
The very shows that have inflated juries' expectations for swift justice have helped attract the resources needed to modernize crime scene units—they're getting more high-tech equipment and anchoring their staffs with career-oriented specialists. Dallas is about to hire a civilian scientist to head up its crime scene response section for the first time.

S.C. Sheriff Proposes Tent Jail to Ease Overcrowding

July 26, 2008

A compound on county-owned property complete with razor wire, chain-link fencing, canvas tents and portable showers and toilets dubbed "Camp Beaufort" may be the county's best chance to alleviate crowding in the Beaufort County (S.C.) Detention Center, Sheriff P.J. Tanner said.

FLIR Systems Introduces Ultra 9HD Airborne Thermal Camera

July 17, 2008
Ultra 9HD features FLIR's large-format 640x480 InSb thermal imaging array with a 1.2-degree narrow field of view, and a high definition 1920x1080 daylight camera. FLIR's unique dual-channel optical path couples the high-def daylight camera with a long range 640X480 EMCCD low-light imager.
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