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Seattle Police Body Cam Program Stalled Over Officer Video Viewing Policy

March 31, 2017
They’ve run into a policy conflict with the federal monitor appointed to oversee reforms at the department. It’s a point of contention that is stalling the body-cam phase-in. The main issue: Seattle PD wants officers to be able to watch body-cam footage before they write their reports.
<p>MPH Industries has introduced the new Sure Shot LIDAR gun (Photo: MPH Industries)</p>

MPH Industries Introduces Sure Shot LIDAR gun

March 31, 2017
MPH Industries has introduced the new Sure Shot LIDAR gun – designed and built for the rigorous needs of the traffic enforcement officer to provide exceptional target acquisition time, target range, and accuracy.

LAPD Has Created 1.1 Million Body Cam Videos, Report Says

March 30, 2017
Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department have already created more than 1.1 million videos from body cameras, according to a report approved by the Los Angeles Police Commission.
<p>Neurotechnology&#39;s SentiVeillance 6.0 software development kit (SDK) provides improved facial recognition using up to 10 surveillance, security, and public safety cameras on a single computer. (Photo: Neurotechnology)</p>

New SentiVeillance 6.0 Improves Speed and Accuracy for Biometric Identification Using Surveillance Cameras

March 24, 2017
Neurotechnology has announced the release of the SentiVeillance 6.0 software development kit (SDK), which provides improved facial recognition using up to 10 surveillance, security, and public safety cameras on a single computer.

Bill Requiring CA Police to Disclose Surveillance Equipment Clears First Hurdle

March 23, 2017
Despite no show of public support, the state Senate Public Safety Committee on Tuesday passed a bill that would require law enforcement agencies in California to disclose all of the surveillance equipment they use to the public.

IWCE Brings Students and Veterans to Event through Scholarships

March 23, 2017
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) is collaborating with ETA International, Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE), and Radio Club of America (RCA) to bring students and veterans through scholarships to IWCE March 27-31 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Forensic Scientists Help Las Vegas Detectives Link Impounded Guns to Unsolved Crimes

March 22, 2017
Las Vegas (NV) Metropolitan Police Department forensic scientists are working around the clock to help solve crimes in bulk, connecting cartridge cases from impounded guns to open criminal cases.

Video: Maryland Agency Uses Drone to Locate Stolen Construction Equipment

March 22, 2017
The Cecil County Sheriff's Office used an unmanned aerial vehicle, otherwise known as a drone, to find the missing equipment.
<p>User screen from L8NT software. The company says its new tool can help officers recover stolen phones and computers. (Photo: L8NT)</p>

Iowa Officer Develops New Software for Tracking Stolen Cellphones, Computers

March 22, 2017
It's something that's unlike any other tools currently available to law enforcement, said Officer David Schwindt, who created the program, called L8NT (which sounds like "latent"), with developers Jeff Bromberger and Peter Scott.

Video: Columbus Police Accidentally Delete 100,000 In-Car Video Files

March 22, 2017
According to CPD, on March 13, the Columbus Police Technical Services Bureau became aware that approximately 100,000 cruiser videos dating back to 2015 had been deleted during an administrative action.
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