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Correction: VirTra Systems E-mail Address

September 1, 2009
VirTra Systems' E-mail address should have been listed as [email protected] in the July 2009 issue of POLICE Magazine, the 2010 Buyer's Guide.

VirTra Announces New Threat-Fire II Simulator

August 27, 2009
VirTra Systems has officially launched its newest and smallest Threat-Fire device, the Threat-Fire II. This patent-pending Threat-Fire device safely simulates the pain of hostile return fire with a 300 millisecond electric stun (adjustable to 2.5 seconds).
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5.11's Light for Life UC3.400 Flashlight Now Available

August 25, 2009
The flashlight that charges in 90 seconds, 5.11's new Light for Life UC3.400, is now available for purchase at local dealers.

ACLU Questions Dayton Police's License-Plate Readers

August 24, 2009
The Dayton (Ohio) Police Department has begun using license-plate readers to help identify stolen cars, respond to missing children alerts and pick up people with outstanding arrest warrants.

Iowa 911 Call Center First to Accept Text Messages

August 24, 2009
An emergency call center in the basement of the county jail in Waterloo, Iowa, became the first in the country to accept text messages sent to "911," starting Wednesday.
The Chattanooga Police Department will use 300 Getac laptops to expand data access for officers in the field and increase productivity in the station. Photo courtesy of Getac.

Chattanooga PD Deploys Getac Computers to Expand Data Access

August 24, 2009
Thus far, the Chattanooga Police Department has deployed 150 Getac computers and plans to add 150 more. The department plans to add cameras to the Getac laptops and purchase a plate-scan program that can scan for stolen tags and immediately notify officers.

APCO Leadership Hosts Town Hall on 700-MHz Broadband

August 19, 2009
APCO International hosted a town hall meeting on the FCC Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Notice Seeking Comment on Petitions for Waivers to Deploy 700-MHz Public Safety Broadband Networks during its 75th Annual Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas.
Photo via bcymet (Flickr.com).

12 Michigan Departments Will Test Portable Fingerprint Scanners

August 19, 2009
In response, the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan has said it expects court challenges. A state law bans fingerprinting on arrests where the sentence would be less than 90 days.

Dallas PD Shares Info Via Twitter

August 13, 2009
The Dallas Police Department has joined departments in Baltimore and Boston in using Twitter and other social media sites to relay information to its residents, DallasNews.com reports.

Spillman Makes Inc. Magazine's Top 5,000 List

August 13, 2009
Inc. magazine ranked Salt Lake City-based Spillman Technologies as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the nation, marking the third consecutive year that the company has been included in the exclusive list.
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