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Video: Florida Agency Teams Up with Local Dancers for Running Man Challenge

June 3, 2016
The Coral Springs (FL) Police and Fire Departments have joined the Running Man Challenge but not before calling in some back up, some really young back up.

Florida Agency Teams Up with Local Dancers for Running Man Challenge

June 3, 2016
The Coral Springs (FL) Police and Fire Departments have joined the Running Man Challenge but not before calling in some back up, some really young back up. More Here.

Vigilant's LPR Credited With Saving Life

May 10, 2013
Vigilant Solutions' license plate recognition (LPR) data and online investigative tools were credited with saving a Florida woman's life, according to the company.

Florida Officer Recovering from Shooting

May 28, 2009

The Coral Springs officer shot several times by an assault rifle-wielding robber during a police chase Saturday night should make a full recovery and be home by the weekend, his family said during a press conference. Officer Paul Kempinsky IV continued Wednesday to recover at North Broward Medical Center, undergoing yet another surgery, this time to repair a bullet wound in his arm, said his father, Paul Kempinsky III.

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