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<p>Safariland Vievu LE5 Lite Body-Worn Camera (Photo: Safariland Vievu)</p>

Safariland Vievu LE5 Lite Body-Worn Camera Now Available

April 19, 2017
Safariland Vievu, a brand of The Safariland Group, today announced that its LE5 Lite body-worn camera, a price-sensitive integrated body-worn camera and cloud-based digital evidence management solution, is now available.
<p>Code 3&#39;s Remote Rocker Max Pak Switch allows users to program, customize, and control warning packages with a single switch box.</p>

Code 3 Introduces Remote Rocker Max Pak Switch

April 19, 2017
The Remote Rocker Max Pak Switch allows users to program, customize, and control unique warning packages with a single switch box. Each switch comes with a six-button backlit controller that lets users operate everything from full-size lightbars to directional lights. Its compact, versatile design allows for easy installation in any vehicle.

FoxFury Announces Lineup of Portable Forensic Blue Laser Systems for Lab and Field

April 17, 2017
FoxFury Lighting Solutions has announced its new lineup of portable forensic blue laser systems. Three different models are available (2W, 5W and 9W) for use with forensic evidence search and photography in the lab and field. These laser systems are designed to be cord-free, silent, and waterproof, and they come with a carrying case as well as laser goggles.

Vievu and Veritone to Bring Artificial Intelligence to LE Audio and Video Data

April 12, 2017
The Safariland Group, the parent company of Vievu, and Veritone, a leading provider of artificial intelligence solutions, have announced their intent to enter into an agreement to integrate their product offerings to apply artificial intelligence to uniquely extract and process crucial data from police body-worn camera footage.
<p>The new Panasonic Arbitrator BWC offers extended battery life in a tough new design. (Photo: Panasonic)</p>

Panasonic Introduces Improved Arbitrator Body Worn Camera

April 11, 2017
In response to requests from law enforcement users of the Arbitrator Body Worn Camera (BWC), Panasonic has re-engineered the system from the inside out and even tweaked its evidence management software.
<p>Photo: Olympus</p>

Olympus Introduces VN-541PC Audio Recorder

April 7, 2017
Olympus has updated its popular VN Series with the introduction of the VN-541PC audio recorder, engineered for smart functionality, intuitive operations, and one-touch recording.

NYPD Releases Proposed Body-Worn Camera Policy

April 7, 2017
The body-worn camera procedure is the culmination of a yearlong negotiation involving the NYPD Inspector General, NYC’s respective District Attorneys, members of the New York City Council, Public Advocate, New York Civil Liberties Union, Civilian Complaint Review Board, Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, Citizens Crime Commission, and more.

Video: VA Company Developing Radar Gun that Detects Texting in Vehicles

April 7, 2017
A Virginia-based company called ComSonics may have the solution to that problem. According to CNN, the company is developing a radar gun that will not only tell officers the speed of the targeted but also whether someone is texting in the vehicle.
<p>Photo: SST</p>

Genetec Inc. Integrates ShotSpotter Gunshot Detection Technology in Security Center

April 6, 2017
Genetec Inc. has integrated ShotSpotter gunshot detection technology from SST Inc. into its unified IP security platform, Security Center to provide police departments with more actionable information when a gunshot situation occurs.

TASER Announces Program to Offer Free Body Cameras to Law Enforcement, Company Name Change

April 5, 2017
Starting today, Axon's Community One program will provide a free body camera and Evidence.com evidence management software to every American officer for one year, says company president Luke Larson. "We believe so confidently in our solution that we want to get this technology out to every officer," he says.
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