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Phoenix Police to Cut Aviation Budget

July 20, 2014
Audit of the Phoenix Police Aviation Unit shows they can function with less aircraft, saving the city over $3 million.

Mission Manager Strengthens Powerful First Responder Tool

July 17, 2014
Mission Manager, Inc. has announced the re-launch of its cloud-based incident manager tool that has helped first responders save lives and property in over 4,400 missions, including the 2014 San Diego fires and Boston Marathon. Product upgrades include significant improvements in infrastructure, data security and technical support.
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EOTech Offers Trade-In/Trade-Up Program for U.S. Law Enforcement

July 15, 2014
EOTech has announced its first-ever Law Enforcement Trade-In/Trade-Up Program. From now until December 31, 2014, this program will provide law enforcement officers and agencies with a local in-store redemption, ranging from $100 to $225, when trading in an old agency-approved optic for a new EOTech Holographic Weapon Sight.
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Ti Training Releases Free School Safety and Active Shooter Response Training Pack

July 11, 2014
The seven scenarios in the pack include training on verbal commands to deescalate potential threats, the use-of-force options in an active shooter response, and training for educators responsible for school safety.

Aladtec, Inc. Announces Branding Consolidation

July 11, 2014
Aladtec, Inc., the company behind the popular online employee scheduling and workforce management systems, EMS Manager, FIRE Manager, and Zanager, is rebranding and consolidating these products to simply...Aladtec.
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Strong Leather Introduces RFID-Shielding Line

July 9, 2014
Strong Leather, a leather goods manufacturer since 1932, is introducing a new line of RFID shielding leather badge cases, wallets, credit card sleeves, and ID holder to hang around the neck that protect against unauthorized RF scanning of personal and departmental information.

Morphix Technologies' Explosives Detection Kit Scores High in NTOA Review

July 9, 2014
Morphix Technologies, a manufacturer of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, has announced that its TraceX Explosives Detection Kit has received a 4.32 out of a possible 5 points from the National Tactical Officers Association Member Tested and Recommended Program.
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Mississippi Police Want Traffic Violators to Pay for Technology Upgrades

June 30, 2014
New Albany, Miss., police want to add $10 to traffic tickets to bring their technology up-to-date.
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Cell Phone Location Data Under Fire in Courts

June 30, 2014
Courts are recognizing inaccuracies in cell phone location data used in criminal cases.
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Dallas Police Twitter Mistake, NFL Player Not Arrested

June 30, 2014
Dallas Police had to quickly issue a correction via Twitter when they mistakenly announced an NFL player's arrest.
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