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L-3 Mobile-Vision Expands Automatic License Plate Recognition Platform

August 18, 2015
L-3 Mobile-Vision's expanded ALPR solutions will now include fixed, portable and mobile LPR systems that can capture license plates at longer ranges, sharper angles and at higher speeds. This system can be implemented separately or combined

Video: Wisconsin Department's Facebook Post Goes Viral

August 14, 2015
What started as a Facebook post has turned into an outpouring of support for the Holmen (Wis.) Police Department.

Rapid DNA Results Uploaded for First Time to UK's National DNA Database

August 14, 2015
Integenx has announced that a second major national database, The National DNA Database (NDNAD), has had forensic DNA profiles uploaded from the RapidHit System. The NDNAD was established in the United Kingdom in 1995. Currently, more than five million forensic DNA profiles have been uploaded into NDNAD.

D.C. Would Release Most Police Body Camera Footage Under New Plan

August 11, 2015
Police in the nation's capital would release more footage from body cameras than in any other major U.S. city under a plan from Mayor Muriel E. Bowser that reverses her previous opposition to making such videos public.

Maryland Begins Drafting Rules for Police Body Cameras

August 5, 2015
A commission in Annapolis has begun the complicated task of proposing rules for Maryland's police departments to follow when their officers wear body cameras.

Bratton Says NYPD Officers Should See Body Camera Footage Before Questioning by Investigators

August 5, 2015
New York City’s police commissioner says he strongly objects to an inspector general's recommendation that police officers be prevented from viewing body camera footage before giving a statement to investigators.
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Boston City Council to Consider Body Cameras for Police

August 4, 2015
A proposal to equip Boston police with body cameras — a measure being tried in several major cities in the aftermath of police-involved shootings nationwide — will get its first public airing Wednesday in a City Council hearing, but the city's top officials are taking a cautious approach to the contentious issue.

City of Lakeland, Fla., Chooses Genetec Technology to Improve Security

August 4, 2015
The City of Lakeland in Florida has recently standardized its security operations with Genetec Security Center, a unified security platform that combines video surveillance, access control, and automatic license plate recognition systems into one central monitoring and management platform.

Inspector General Recommends Changes in NYPD Body Camera Policy

July 31, 2015
According to the Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD, the police department’s current policy governing the use of body cameras gives officers too much discretion.

Parabon's Snapshot DNA Phenotyping Service Reveals New Clues in 27-Year-Old Cold Case

July 22, 2015
Working with the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Police Department, Parabon generated a composite image from DNA linked to the unsolved murder of April Tinsley.
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