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Three Arizona Agencies to Share Data Using Spillman Software

September 21, 2009
The Sierra Vista Police Department, Sierra Vista Fire Department, and Fry Fire District will utilize a shared Spillman system. The agencies plan to store data on a common server, located at the Sierra Vista Police Department. Data on the server can be accessed by all three agencies, giving each access to a wide range of information and allowing personnel to identify regional crime trends.

Leica 3-D Laser-Scan Data Provides Forensic Evidence At Murder Trial

September 16, 2009
The device was used to recreate a 3-D model image of the crime scene. A Georgia crime-scene investigator provided testimony using the visual model to show how the homicide could have occurred.
Photo via Ray Wise (flickr.com)

Survey: Red-light Cameras Good Concept, But Not in My Neighborhood

September 8, 2009
The not-in-my-backyard syndrome associated with power plants and waste dumps may also apply to red-light cameras in Illinois, according to a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll.
American Technologies Network NVM-14-3P Night Vision Monocular

NTOA Recommends ATN NVM-14-3P Night Vision Monocular

September 3, 2009
American Technologies Network Corp. announced today that the National Tactical Officers Association has completed its review and testing of the ATN NVM-14-3P night vision monocular and has received an overall score of 4.51 out of a possible 5 in its member-tested-and-recommended-program ratings.

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).
5.11 Tactical Light for Life

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.
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