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SHOT Show 2017: Med-Eng Introduces New ‘Avenger’ Robot to Help Bomb Technicians Defeat Terrorist Threats

January 18, 2017
Med-Eng announced the launch of the Avenger Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) bomb disposal and tactical robot at the 2017 SHOT Show.
<p>Photo: Streamlight</p>

SHOT Show 2017: Streamlight Introduces TLR-6 For Non-Rail 1911 Firearms

January 18, 2017
Streamlight Inc. has introduced a TLR-6 weapon light for use with non-rail 1911 firearms featuring both a light and an integrated red aiming laser.
<p>Photo: Boston PD Facebook Page</p>

Boston Police Cancel Plan for Social Media Monitoring Software

January 17, 2017
Boston police have scrapped their plan to spend up to $1.4 million on software to monitor social media postings for criminal activity and threats to public safety,
<p>The Los Angeles County Sheriff&#39;s Department plans to deploy an unmanned aerial system to assist bomb techs, tactical units, arson investigations, and search and rescue operations. (Photo: Screen shot from Los Angeles Times video)&nbsp;</p>

LASD to Deploy UAV to Aid Deputies Working Bomb and Hostage Incidents

January 13, 2017
Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell said Thursday that his agency will begin deploying an unmanned aerial device to aid deputies responding to arson scenes, suspected bombs and hostage situations, but he promised the device would not be used to surveil residents.

Proposed California Law Would Require Police to Disclose the Use of More Surveillance Devices

January 6, 2017
New California legislation would expand the list of electronic surveillance devices that the state's law enforcement agencies must disclose to the public.
<p>The Amazon Echo is always listening for its wake word. It records once it hears the wake word. Arkansas officers are hoping it recorded evidence of a murder. (Photo: Police Magazine)</p>

Arkansas Officers Want to Know if Smart Home Device Recorded Murder Evidence

December 27, 2016
While investigating, police noticed the Echo in the kitchen and pointed out that the music playing in the home could have been voice activated through the device. While the Echo records only after hearing the wake word, police are hoping that ambient noise or background chatter could have accidentally triggered the device, leading to some more clues.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

All Louisiana Troopers to Wear Body Cameras

December 22, 2016
Louisiana will become the first state to equip every trooper with a body camera, the state's governor and police superintendent said Wednesday.

Video: Arizona DPS Buys $2 Million of High-Tech Training Simulators

December 20, 2016
The Arizona Department of Public Safety has spent more than $2 million on virtual training simulators, designed to immerse officers in real-world scenarios.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

Arkansas Sheriff's Department Hit With 'Ransomware' Pays Hackers

December 14, 2016
Klatt stressed that no data was stolen and it all remained on the system. But the encryption meant no one could use it unless the ransom was paid. The hackers demanded three "bitcoin," the value of which that day was about $2,440.

Google to Keynote the International Wireless Communication Expo in March

December 12, 2016
Dr. Preston Marshall, Technical Program Manager, Spectrum Access Technology, Google, will keynote International Wireless Communication Expo (IWCE), which takes place March 27-31, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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