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Crime In California City's Park Is 'Nonexistent' With Video Surveillance

February 4, 2010
Using a four-camera wireless video surveillance system, the Hawthorne Police Department has made crime "virtually nonexistent" in a 6.2-acre city park.
Helinet Technologies' HT 4Sight allows officers to view live aerial surveillance video on their smartphones.

Helinet Technologies Brings Aerial Surveillance Video to Mobile Devices

February 3, 2010
Breakthrough capability from Helinet Technologies allows ground personnel to view encrypted, real-time aerial video feeds on their BlackBerry and Windows Mobile Smartphones.

Gang Members Increasingly Using Twitter and Facebook to Brag

February 3, 2010
The nation's gangs are increasingly turning to social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, which is helping law enforcement identify members and learn about their organizations.

CrimeReports iPhone App Tops 100,000 Downloads in First Month

January 29, 2010
CrimeReports, publishers of the national crime map, announced its popular iPhone app has had more than 100,000 downloads and has been used to complete more than eight million crime searches across North America in the 30 days since its release.
Dell's new XT2 XFR is a rugged laptop and tablet designed for law enforcement operations.

Dell Delivers Rugged Tablet For Law Enforcement

January 29, 2010
Dell has delivered the industry's smallest 12.1-inch rugged convertible tablet PC that is the first with a multi-touch display, the Latitude XT2 XFR. The system is designed to meet the needs of customers in the military, police, border patrol, field service organizations, factory fulfillment, and first responders.

Minnesota Department Implements New World Systems Software

January 29, 2010
The Brooklyn Park (Minn.) Police Department is investing in new technology to improve officer and community safety. The Police Department has signed a contract to license New World Systems' Aegis/MSP Public Safety Solution on the Microsoft platform to streamline operations, better allocate resources, and improve interoperability and data sharing with the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office.
Glenn Bushee, Brite-Strike's president and a retired officer, demonstrates the Straight Baton with integrated light at SHOT Show.

Brite-Strike Introduces Expandable Baton Lights

January 25, 2010
Brite-Strike Technologies has introduced an expandable baton with an integrated flashlight as a dual-purpose tactical item. The company brought the product to SHOT Show 2010.

SHOT Show 2010: ATN Brings Advanced Thermal Imaging System

January 22, 2010
American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN) brought its fusion system to SHOT Show 2010 as a thermal imaging innovation for officers.

MySpace Brags Spur Busts of Crips, Bloods Who Terrorized Housing Project

January 14, 2010
Crips and Bloods drug dealers who terrorized a Manhattan housing project and boasted of their gang ties on MySpace were busted Wednesday, authorities said.

Detroit Police to Open Text Tip Line

January 14, 2010
For weeks, the black-and-orange billboard loomed over I-94 in Detroit with an ambiguous and ominous one-word message: CRIME.
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