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FBI's New Biometric Database Fully Operational

September 18, 2014
The FBI announced this week the achievement of full operational capability of the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System. It was developed to replace IAFIS and add new capabilities, including facial recognition.

Apple to No Longer Unlock Most Devices for Police

September 18, 2014
Apple said Wednesday night that it is making it impossible for the company to turn over data from most iPhones or iPads to police — even when they have a search warrant.

New Jersey Law Mandates Video Systems in New Patrol Car or Body Cameras for Officers

September 16, 2014
Last week New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a measure into law that requires police departments to mount video cameras on their new cars or provide their officers with wearable cameras.

Digital Ally to Introduce Glasses Camera for FirstVu HD at IACP

September 11, 2014
Digital Ally, Inc., announced today it will introduce a "bullet camera" option for its FirstVu HD Officer-Worn Video System at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference, which is scheduled for October 25–28, 2014 in Orlando, Fla.
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Ocean Systems' QuickDME Manages Digital Assets

September 11, 2014
Ocean Systems' QuickDME is a secure end-to-end digital evidence asset manager that is easy to integrate within or between law enforcement agencies, allowing them to automate and standardize the ingesting, storage, dissemination, and tracking of all their digital assets involved in a case.

St. Louis County Police to Test Body Cameras

September 11, 2014
Several companies are lending free technology to police departments in hope of landing lucrative contracts in an industry that surged after a national outcry about the Ferguson police shooting. In St. Louis County, 188 police officers will be using cameras in the north and central county precincts, as well as in Jennings and Dellwood.

St. Louis Chief Seeks Body Cameras, Plans to Establish Deadly Force Investigation Unit

September 11, 2014
The department, Dotson said, will seek about $1 million from City Hall to outfit 900 officers with body cameras to record their interactions with civilians.

Armor Express Achieves Quality Certification

September 9, 2014
Central Lake Armor Express (DBA Armor Express) has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification with the addition of the BA 9000:2012 certification.
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Fire Cam Debuts Oncall Live Video System for Police Officers and Firefighters

September 5, 2014
Building on its reputation for rugged and lightweight helmet cameras, Fire Cam has announced a new product for police officers and other first responders – the Oncall Live Video System with wearable camera. The system lets users stream live video, audio, and GPS location data to a command post or dispatcher, enabling real-time situational awareness.

Video: On-Body Camera May Disprove Racial Profiling Claim Against Oakland Officer

September 4, 2014
Oakland police officials said the officer's response was "within policy," and they released a video from the officer's city-issued chest camera that appeared to contradict some of Jones' account.
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