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<p>The 7TS CAS holster uses a wired connection to the camera.</p>

SHOT Show 2016: Vievu, Safariland Introduce Technology for Activating Body Camera when Officer Draws Weapon

January 21, 2016
At the SHOT Show this week body-worn camera maker Vievu and its parent company Safariland showed auto-activation technology for triggering a recording on a body-worn camera once a weapon is drawn from an officer’s Safariland 7TS series duty holster or once an item of equipment is removed from an officer’s Safariland ALERT Belt.
<p>ATN ThOR HD (Photo: ATN)</p>

SHOT Show 2016: ATN’s ThOR HD Thermal Riflescopes “Get Smart”

January 19, 2016
The ThOR HD can instantly correct point of impact based on ballistic calculations, record video, take pictures, share photos, update via Wi-Fi, and of course gives the user thermal vision.

Microsoft Patches Six Critical Security Flaws Affecting Windows, Office

January 13, 2016
Microsoft said Tuesday as part of its monthly security bulletin that all Windows users should patch their systems to prevent attackers from exploiting at least two critical flaws.

Panasonic Expands Toughpad Family with the FZ-Q1 Semi-Rugged Tablet

January 8, 2016
With an Intel processor and running Windows 8.1 Pro, this business-grade tablet is designed for the highly mobile field worker, in either government or private sectors, who needs a device more durable than a consumer tablet. To meet varying market needs, the device will come in two configurations, a performance version featuring an Intel Core i5-4302Y vPro processor and a standard model with an Intel Celeron processor N2807.

ExacqVision Integrates with Inex/Zamir for Enhanced License Plate Recognition

January 5, 2016
Exacq has announced a new integration with Inex/Zamir license plate recognition software. This integration is designed to give exacqVision users greater video surveillance capabilities within one interface.

City Council Halted Rapid Rollout of LAPD Body Cameras

January 5, 2016
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck and Mayor Eric Garcetti have laid out an ambitious plan to have 7,000 field officers strapped and streaming by the end of next year. But the Los Angeles City Council this month applied the brakes to the rapid rollout of the program.

Video: Phoenix Police Get Training in Spotting Terror Threats Online

January 5, 2016
As the war against terrorism continues, the Phoenix Police Department is one of the few agencies in the country offering specific training for its officers on gathering intelligence online to spot potential threats.
<p>New Mexico State Police use the Pulse 8x to search for a gun in shallow water of the Rio Grande.</p>
<p>Photo: JW Fishers</p>

Fishers Pulse 8X Metal Detector Rated #1 by Homeland Security

January 5, 2016
JW Fishers Pulse 8X has been rated the best underwater metal detector by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's SAVER program. In a comparison of the eight top underwater detectors on the market, Fishers Pulse 8X was rated number one.

Face Forensics Announces Tattoo Recognition System

January 5, 2016
Face Forensics has significantly extended its f2 advanced face recognition technology by adding the capability to match images of tattoos against databases containing them.

New Connecticut Law Prompts Agency to End Voluntary Use of Body-Worn Cameras

January 4, 2016
New, more restrictive, costly state policy effective Friday prompted the Berlin (CT) Police Department to stop voluntary use of body cameras, worn by officers to record dealings with the public.
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