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Search Result: Jamar Technologies

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Radar Recorder

February 29, 2016
Using a Jamar Radar Recorder allows you to gather hard evidence of whether a speeding problem really exists in a certain area.

Traffic and Speed Enforcement

November 17, 2015

Here you'll find a list of tools that will help you catch dangerous speeders in the act.

Radar Recorder

October 17, 2014
JAMAR’s Radar Recorder Addresses Speeding Complaints. IACP Booth #2664

Speed Measurement Gear

October 11, 2013

The latest traffic enforcement products provide officers with advanced acquisition and durability. Photos courtesy of vendors.

Radar Recorder System

October 24, 2012
JAMAR Technologies has released a radar recorder system with the ability to gather speed data without having an officer on site.

Radar Recorder

September 21, 2012
Easy-to-install device being used by departments across the U.S. to end arguments about speeding complaints. IACP Booth #4035.

Radar Recorder

April 1, 2009
A common problem many departments are faced with is complaints about speeding. Instead of having an officer manually gather speed data with a radar gun to determine whether a location has a speeding problem, you can use JAMAR Technologies’ new device.
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