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TASER to Acquire MediaSolv to Broaden Digital Evidence Management Solutions

May 5, 2015
Mediasolv's customers include an additional 7 major cities, bringing the total number of major city agencies on TASER's digital platform to 23.

Aeryon Labs and Dejero Announce Exclusive Partnership for Cloud-based Distribution of Live Video from Aeryon sUAS

May 5, 2015
Remote access to live aerial imagery will result in more accurate and timely decision making in multiple industry sectors where Aeryon sUAS are already broadly deployed, including law enforcement, where police units undertaking hostage and interdiction missions can provide remote, senior-level personnel with an aerial vantage point to better plan, authorize, and safely respond.

'Hacktivists' Outside U.S. Stir Baltimore Unrest via Social Media

May 4, 2015
Bad actors and so-called "hacktivists" descended on Baltimore — electronically, at least — last week, flooding social media with automated accounts and inauthentic images in an effort to spur violence.

Union Approves LAPD's Body Camera Policy

April 28, 2015
Often video footage is extremely beneficial for providing a reliable account of events and helping officers to get criminals off the streets. However, it is critical for our officers and the public to remember—and as the policy clearly states—these body camera videos provide a limited perspective and are not to be relied upon as the sole piece of evidence.
<p>Photo: Lockheed Martin</p>

Lockheed Martin and Project Lifesaver Partner to Locate Missing Persons

April 27, 2015
To augment humanitarian search and rescue efforts, Lockheed Martin announced today it is teaming with Project Lifesaver International and Loen Engineering Inc., bringing advanced technology to first response agencies with the Indago small unmanned aerial system (UAS).

Ohio Graduate Students Develop Device to Measure Weed Intoxication

April 27, 2015
Mariam Crow and Kathleen Stitzlein, graduate students in biomedical engineering, hope to eventually market their roadside testing device, the Cannibuster, to police in states where marijuana has been legalized, according to the university.

Video: Body Camera Captures Knife Attack on North Carolina Deputy

April 23, 2015
Two deputies responded to a call from a concerned family member and in seconds that simple call turned violent. The suspect walks out of the home and stabs one of the deputies. Luckily, the deputy's vest stopped the knife.
<p>Photo: Tactical Command Industries (TCI)</p>

TCI's New CIPS 'Covert In Plain Sight' Kit Connects Patrol Radio to Standard Earbuds

April 15, 2015
TCI's new CIPS ("Covert In Plain Sight") Communications Kit for police officers allows plainclothes officers to remain covert as they transmit communications through standard earbuds commonly associated with smartphones or MP3 players, making it appear as if the operator is listening to music or simply talking on the phone.

JVC Introduces Private Mesh Video Network at NAB 2015

April 15, 2015
JVC Professional Video will unveil the JVC Private MESH Video Network at the 2015 NAB Show (Booth C4314), which runs April 13–16 in Las Vegas, Nev. An ideal solution for wireless, multi-camera coverage of sports, parades, and other location shoots, the JVC IP solution uses the Silvus Bi-Directional Radio System to transmit very high quality video from remote locations with extremely high streaming reliability.
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<p>Photo: IWI</p>

IWI to Introduce eLog Digital Solution for Small Arms Management

April 14, 2015
IWI's eLog is a new solution for digitizing the performance of every weapon system. It offers precise weapon information, enabling excellent small arms inventory and maintenance management at all levels.
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