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FBI Updates DNA Quality Assurance Standards to Now Include Rapid DNA Analysis

January 17, 2015
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has updated its DNA databasing standards to include an Addendum to the Quality Assurance Standards for DNA Databasing Laboratories performing Rapid DNA analysis and Modified Rapid DNA Analysis Using a Rapid DNA Instrument.

Zetron Wins 'Hot Product' Award for Innovation in Public-Safety

January 17, 2015
Zetron's AcomEVO utilizing the Project 25 (P25) Console Subsystem Interface (CSSI) to link to a P25 Phase-II network has been named one of Public Safety Communications magazine's "Hot Products" for 2014. This is the sixth time in seven years Zetron has won the award.

NetMotion Introduces Self-Diagnosing Mobile VPN Solution

January 15, 2015
NetMotion Wireless, provider of mobility management solutions, today announced availability of NetMotion Diagnostics for Mobility, its award-winning mobile VPN solution.
<p>Photo: Pryme</p>

Pryme Bluetooth Helps K-9 Team Stay "Ahead Of the Pack"

January 12, 2015
K-9 handler Deputy Shawn Rosner uses Pryme Bluetooth radio accessories to increase his mobility and range on duty.
<p>Photo: Faro Technologies</p>

Faro Launches Innovative, User-Friendly Handheld 3D Laser Scanner

January 7, 2015
Faro Technologies, Inc., known for its 3D measurement, imaging, and realization technology, announces the release of the new Faro Freestyle3D Handheld Laser Scanner, an intuitive device for use in law enforcement.

Penton’s IWCE Announces 2015 Opening Keynote Speakers

January 7, 2015
Penton's International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) has announced Roger Cressey, a counter-terrorism analyst for NBC News and former presidential advisor, will give the Opening Keynote Address for its 2015 show. Dr. Reginald Brothers, DHS Under Secretary of Homeland Security for Science and Technology, will give the morning keynote address.

Judge OKs Fake Social Media Profiles for Police Investigations

December 29, 2014
A federal judge has ruled that law enforcement can create fake social network profiles in order to search through a suspect's account.

Dashcam Video Clears New Jersey Officer of Wrongdoing During Traffic Stop

December 19, 2014
During the traffic stop, officers broke out the passenger side window of Cephas' car and pulled him physically from the vehicle. Cephas contacted local and national media and, because this was shortly after the shooting of Michael Brown, the media pounced on the story.
<p>Photo: MSAB</p>

MSAB Releases Lightweight Tablet for Rapid Forensic Data Extraction in the Field

December 18, 2014
Tablet offers a touchscreen interface based on MSAB’s XRY extraction engine. It enables users to perform logical data extractions in minutes. The speed that Tablet offers users coupled with its mobility allows for more rapid triage of data and actionable intelligence while in the field on its large 11-inch display. It also allows for customizable workflow configurations that enable administrators to structure access for a wide array of users for organizations of any size.
<p>Officer demonstrates TASER Axon Flex system. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

LAPD Plan for Body Cameras Complicated by Privacy and Policy Concerns

December 18, 2014
Another battle is brewing over whether police officers should be able to review the recordings before writing police reports about incidents. Bibring and others said officers should not have access to the recordings because it could allow them to alter their statements or align them with what the footage showed.
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