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Video: Washington Agencies Overwhelmed by Records Requests May Drop Body Cams

November 11, 2014
Two Seattle area agencies are reconsidering their use of officer-worn video systems because of records requests from the owner of a YouTube account.
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Brite Releases Q-Active Dock with Larger Screen and 4G/LTE

November 7, 2014
Brite has released its next generation mobile computing solution for law enforcement, the Q-Active Dock for the Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q-704. The Q-Active Dock was created from real-life usage, feedback, and extensive research.

Getac Upgrades S400 Semi-Rugged Laptop Computer

November 6, 2014
Getac Inc. has upgraded its S400 semi-rugged laptop. A powerful new processor, improved mobile computing platform and high performance graphics, along with the ruggedness needed to perform in harsh and demanding environments, makes the new Getac S400 well suited for professionals working in demanding environments, including military, police, fire, and other field service industries.

LAPD to Move Forward With TASER Body Cameras

November 4, 2014
Los Angeles Police Department officials today said they plan to move forward with using TASER body cameras. The department plans to continue discussing labor issues and policies for using the cameras.

IACP and 3M Name 2014 Honorees of the Looking Beyond the License Plate Award

November 4, 2014
The IACP Highway Safety Committee (HSC), in cooperation with 3M's Traffic Safety and Security Division, announced the honorees of the 2014 Looking Beyond the License Plate award at the IACP Annual Conference.

Cellebrite Offers Self-Paced Training and Instructor-Led Classes Online

November 3, 2014
The Cellebrite Certified Logical Operator (CCLO) certification course recently joined the company's Mobile Forensic Fundamentals online class, officially making Cellebrite the first mobile forensics vendor to offer any kind of online certification training, according to the company.

Video: Hackers Bring Down Phoenix PD Internet Access Temporarily

October 28, 2014
Hackers have attacked the City of Phoenix internet system and over the weekend caused a disruption to the police department's computers. Officers couldn't access data via computers in their cars for 45 minutes.

Dallas Police to Post Web Page Detailing Shootings by Officers

October 28, 2014
Dallas police officials said Monday that they will launch a Web page next month detailing information on 12 years of shootings by police officers.

Ford, Telogis Offer Telematics for Law Enforcement

October 28, 2014
Ford and Telogis will offer a factory telematics system to law enforcement agencies that's designed to reduce hazardous driving by officers, the companies said while announcing the product at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Orlando, Fla.

Survey Results Suggest Limited Budgets Slow Law Enforcement's Adoption of Crime-Fighting Software

October 24, 2014
When Wynyard asked nearly 300 police chiefs, federal investigators, analysts, and other high-ranking law enforcement officials if they were using crime-fighting software, only 35 percent said yes; of those departments that were using crime-fighting software, 63 percent were using it to fight drug-related crimes. In the departments that were not using crime-fighting software, 70 percent said they would use it to fight drug crimes if they had it.
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