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CA Bill Would Make Police Body Camera Videos Public

July 6, 2017
New legislation from a Bay Area assemblyman would dramatically expand public access to police body camera videos in California.

908 Devices Introduces Next-Generation HPMS Device for First Responders

July 6, 2017
908 Devices has released the MX908, a second-generation handheld chemical detection and identification device powered by the company's patented and award-winning highpressure mass spectrometry (HPMS) technology.

Nominations for Vigilant Solutions’ Best in Force Award Now Open

June 30, 2017
Vigilant Solutions is now accepting nominations for the Best in Force award, an annual award recognizing law enforcement's innovative use of license plate recognition (LPR) and/or facial recognition (FR) technology.

VA Supreme Court to Hear Case Over How Long Police Can Keep LPR Data

June 28, 2017
The Virginia Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge over how long police can keep data from automated license plate readers, which police say can provide valuable investigative information.

Baltimore Speed Cameras Return Under Stricter Laws

June 26, 2017
The city will operate 10 portable speed cameras near schools throughout the city, the first step in Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's plan to launch a network that eventually will include 20 speed cameras, 10 red light cameras, and a system designed to enforce a prohibition on trucks using certain streets.

Axon Gives 'Accelerate' Attendees Exclusive First Look at New RMS Solution

June 21, 2017
At the second annual Axon Accelerate User Conference, Axon previewed Axon Records, an RMS (records management system) designed to put officers back on the streets by reducing time spent doing paperwork while also helping agencies solve, prosecute, and prevent crime.

Thomson Reuters Brings Vigilant LPR Data to CLEAR Investigation Platform

June 19, 2017
Thomson Reuters, in collaboration with Vigilant Solutions, will integrate license plate recognition (LPR) data into its CLEAR investigation platform. Law enforcement professionals will be able to use CLEAR LPR to incorporate vehicle location information into comprehensive investigations of individuals and businesses.

Emergency Communications Network Acquires Send Word Now; Rebranded as OnSolve

June 15, 2017
Emergency Communications Network (ECN), a leading Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of critical event management and emergency notification systems, announced it has acquired Send Word Now, known for its enterprise notification solutions. The combined companies have rebranded as OnSolve.
<p>Photo: Integrated Biometrics</p>

Integrated Biometrics Announces Five-0 Pocket-sized 10-Print Fingerprint Scanner

May 25, 2017
Integrated Biometrics has announced the Five-0 scanner for mobile fingerprint enrollment and verification. Five-0 is the first FBI-Certified, AFIS compatible 10-finger scanner that fits easily in a pocket and can run for hours using power provided by a smartphone, according to the company.
<p>Dubai is now fielding PAL Robotics&#39; REEM robot as a police kiosk. The Dubai government plans to field robots that can actually perform police duties by 2030. (Photo: PAL Robotics)</p>

Dubai Plans to Field Robot Police Officers by 2030

May 23, 2017
Dubai, one of seven emirates in the United Arab Emirates, is taking a technological leap of faith this week as it introduces its first robot officer to the Dubai police force. Designed by the Spanish company PAL Robotics, the specialized REEM robot stands 5 feet 6 inches high and looks like a knight in shining white plastic armor, riding in on its wheels (rather than a horse).
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