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Havis DS-PAN-401 docking station for Panasonic's CF-52 Toughbook

Havis Launches New Docking Station for Panasonic CF52

October 30, 2009
Havis' new DS-PAN-401, a fully rugged docking station for Panasonic's CF-52 Toughbook, is designed with extensive port replication and built to survive the rigors of mobile computing.
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TASER CEO Clarifies Chest Shot Guideline

October 27, 2009
TASER CEO Rick Smith says he is surprised by the uproar, which was caused by an article in the Arizona Republic, and that the targeting model was not changed because the company sees greater risk of cardiac events from chest shots.

Gamber-Johnson Commercializes eCoupled Technology

October 27, 2009
At the 2009 IACP show, Gamber-Johnson exhibited a flashlight charging holster designed for automotive use featuring eCoupled wireless technology.

CryWolf Announces 8 New Law Enforcement Clients

October 26, 2009
CryWolf is a comprehensive false alarm management system that greatly reduces the time and effort required to process false alarms for jurisdictions of all sizes. Eight new law enforcement clients have signed on for third quarter 2009.
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OnStar Stops Carjacker, Who Then Falls Into Pool

October 20, 2009
A man who carjacked a Chevrolet Tahoe in a Visalia, Calif., parking lot using a sawed-off shotgun led police on a high-speed pursuit, until OnStar operators disabled the vehicle using a new feature added in 2009, the Los Angeles Times reports.

PDSI Adds 17 Users Of Its Communications Software

October 20, 2009
The departments signed on to use TeleStaff, a system designed to reduce the time, resources, and overall cost associated with scheduling and communicating to employees.

Getac's Complete Line of Rugged Computers Fully Compatible with Microsoft Windows 7

October 19, 2009
Getac announced today that its complete line of rugged notebook computers and tablet PCs are fully compatible with Microsoft's long-awaited Windows 7 Operating System. Getac engineers spent more than six months with Microsoft developers to ensure its product line would maximize all the features, functions, and performance of Windows 7, right out of the box.

Senate Extends Interoperable Communications Grants Deadline

October 16, 2009
The PSIC program was originally established by Congress to provide one-time funding of $1 billion to state and local governments toward achieving interoperability among first responders.

Harris Corp.'s Technology Used For Public Safety Communications During G-20

October 16, 2009
Using Harris technology, the Pennsylvania's STARNet system allowed federal agencies, state and local police — along with Allegheny County, the city of Pittsburgh and emergency medical personnel — to use a single communications tool.

Forensic Scientists Link Suspect's DNA to Dallas Rape in 'Shotgun Bandit' Trial

October 15, 2009
The prosecution introduced two forensic scientists who testified about DNA they said linked Ledbetter to the 2006 rape in Far North Dallas. Defense attorneys attempted to undermine the scientific evidence, asking if another lab might have come up with a different conclusion.
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