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App Review: First Responder Support Tools

March 4, 2013
The First Responder Support Tools (FiRST) app for iOS, Android, and Windows can assist you with HazMat spill evacuation and IED standoff distances.

CPI's iPatrol App

February 1, 2013

Get real-time law enforcement information anywhere with the iPatrol app. With the iPatrol app your officers on foot, bikes, ATVs, boats or working undercover can run information queries anywhere. They get real-time NCIC, NLETS, state and local law enforcement information without the need for a dispatcher or laptop. Editor's note: This gallery is sponsored by CPI.

Micro-Times' Attic Clear Extendable Pole

January 11, 2013

Attic Clear was developed in response to a customer request. It all began when Micro-Times owner and CEO Tony Leonti got a call from Rich Burdick, a lieutenant with the Palm Beach County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office.

21st Century Surveillance

December 20, 2012

Revolutionary progress in the world of technology has enabled numerous changes in the techniques police officers use to identify, track, and make cases against suspects.

Tablets: The Handheld Option

November 15, 2012

To capitalize on the explosion of interest in handheld computers, plenty of companies have launched new tablets, including many specifically designed for police work. These devices are still new, but they are expected to have a major impact on public safety technology.

iPatrol App Provides Records Queries From the Field

November 9, 2012
Computer Projects of Illinois, Inc. (CPI) has introduced iPatrol, an enterprise app that allows officers to perform information queries from the field without contacting dispatch.

Missing Boy Found with Help from App

November 2, 2012
An 18-year-old boy with special needs went missing from his school, but was quickly found because of a push notification sent out by the Clare County Sheriff's Department on their AppArrest mobile phone app.

New World Systems Introduces iPad App for Public Safety

October 5, 2012
Aegis LaunchPad provides officers role-based Dashboards, a dispatch and unit status monitor, and the ability to perform web-based inquiries on their Apple iOS tablets, according to the company.

Police Potpourri

September 19, 2012
Increasingly, there are so many things falling on the law enforcement radar that I feel self-conscious running at the mouth on any one of them. Not to worry, I will continue to do so.

iHelp Plus App Offers Personal Safety Features

September 14, 2012
A new personal safety iPhone app called iHelp Plus offers features including customizable alarms, built-inflashlight, and GPS tracking to identify a user's exact location.

App Review: iCrimeFighter

September 14, 2012
The iCrimeFighter app allows field investigators to keep accurate notes while they work a case. The app is simple to use, and you can easily add photos, videos, notes, and a to-do list to your case.

Colorado Agency Deploys Citizen Alert Phone App

August 29, 2012
Citizens can download the free app on their Apple or Android smartphones to be alerted to natural disasters, dangerous weather, missing persons, traffic situations, and local crimes in progress. The app is not available on Blackberry or Windows phones yet but plans are underway for a release in the near future.

NYCLU Releases 'Stop and Frisk Watch' App

June 8, 2012
The New York Civil Liberties Union has released the "Stop and Frisk Watch" app for Android phones that lets users to record and report police activity to the group.

N.H. Department Deploys Notification App

March 19, 2012
The Manchester (N.H.) Police Department will begin supporting Ping4's Citizens Alerts app, a notification tool that brings a variety of public safety alerts to smart phones within a jurisdiction.

17 Agencies Purchase Spillman Software In Q4 2011

February 24, 2012
Seventeen public safety agencies purchased software from Spillman Technologies for the first time during the fourth quarter of 2011 and 68 agencies expanded their existing Spillman systems, according to the company.

Will Police Radios and Smartphones Merge?

February 22, 2012

Many experts say the smartphone will not become a truly viable law enforcement tool until a new high-speed data (LTE) system for public safety is in place. But even with the current commercial cellular data system smartphones are playing a major role in law enforcement operations.

CrimePush Launches Location-Aware Crime Reporting App

February 2, 2012
CrimePush.com has announced the launch of its iPhone and Android app that allows citizens to immediately report a crime to their local authorities and provide detailed location data, photos, video, audio, and text description of the crime to first responders.

Conn. Agency Begins Using iWatch Mobile App for Crime Reporting

November 18, 2011
The iWatchBridgeport app provides a new tool for the Bridgeport Police Department for reporting of crimes by its residents.

Panasonic Introduces Rugged Android Tablet

November 8, 2011
Panasonic has introduced the Toughpad line of rugged Android tablets for mission-critical, mobile users such as police officers with an app-store ecosystem, peripherals, developer tools, and deployment support. Panasonic will initially offer the 10-inch Toughpad A1 to be followed by the 7-inch Toughpad B1, which targets similar users who prefer portability over screen real estate.

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Get 'Getting Arrested' App

October 25, 2011
A free smartphone app called "I'm Getting Arrested" allows Wall Street protesters to send out a broadcast message to friends when they're getting arrested by an officer.
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