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Salient Stills VideoFOCUS 2.0

September 1, 2006
Version 2.0 improves VideoFOCUS’s ability to easily capture and export digital video, work with proprietary video data formats from security systems, and print images directly. It has an improved user interface to save time and effort. The software imports a wide range of digital video recorder file types including .PG, .WMF and .ASF, and can import and export as .MOV, .AVI and .WMF, for viewing through QuickTime and Windows Media Player.

Maptech U.S. Boating Charts on DVD

August 1, 2006
Offering 3,000 up-to-date NOAA coastline and river charts from the Army Corps of Engineers, this DVD and GPS Real-Time Navigation Software from Maptech allows you to create GPS routes with the click of a mouse. Chart segments and route plans can be printed on standard printers. Connect a GPS to an onboard computer to see vessel location on the detailed charts for real-time tracking and positioning.

Image Security Guard

January 1, 2006

Lexar’s new LockTight security system helps preserve the chain of evidence for digital photography.

CrimeStar Records Management System

June 1, 2005

OK. Let’s be honest. There’s nothing sexy about records management systems. There, I said it. And I know you are thinking it, too. Records management systems are boring with a capital “B.”

Logicube Forensic MD5

March 1, 2005

Last year I devoted two columns to reviews of different computer forensics software. This month I’m revisiting computer forensics once again, but this time let’s look at a hardware device developed for the cybercrime investigator.

ImageWare Systems IWS Law Enforcement Application

February 1, 2005

As a kid growing up in the late 1950s and early ’60s, one of the toys I received one Christmas was a Mr. Potato Head. If you’re from that era, you may remember Mr. Potato Head. He was a goofy plastic guy, or should I say, “spud,” of a thousand faces. Using creativity limited only by your imagination and, of course, available parts, you created faces that only your Mom and maybe Picasso would love.

i2 Inc Visual Notebook

January 1, 2005

Back in November I suffered through the San Diego-to-Los Angeles commuter traffic to see many of the new software products and gadgets being shown at the 2004 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference. One product that caught my eye was i2 Inc.’s new Visual Notebook, an electronic “storyboard” that investigators can use to visualize, analyze, and present the complexities of any incident.

Kwan Software Engineering VeriPic Digital Photo Lab 4.0

December 1, 2004

If you are shooting crime and accident scenes with digital cameras and haven't run into a legal challenge yet, it's probably only a matter of time until your local defense attorneys get more aggressive about questioning your evidentiary images.

CornerStone Applications RangeMaster Pro

November 1, 2004

You train. And you train a lot. But if you can't detail the relevant results of firearms training and qualifying shoots other than just scoring which officers passed or failed, then you're fueling the fires of allegations and litigation.

The Next Dimension

November 1, 2004

Since the earliest days of trial by jury, detectives have been searching for new ways to help jurors visualize crime scenes. Using new computer and photographic technologies, investigators can create diagrams with complex 3-D surfaces and immersive 360-degree images.

Five Minutes to Live

November 1, 2004

Educating cops how to save themselves and others in dire medical emergencies when seconds count is the goal of a new interactive training program from the The Backup Training Corp.

GTBM Info-Cop

October 1, 2004

Developed by law enforcement officers working with New Jersey-based GTBM Inc., Info-Cop offers state-of-the-art technology at a reasonable price.

Equipping Your K-9

September 1, 2004

Sometimes it's hard to know what's new in the world of K-9 gear. So to catch you up on the cool stuff that's out there, here's a look at some of the newest and most useful products available for your four-legged partner.

TrueActive Monitor 5.0

September 1, 2004

TrueActive Monitor, true to its name, monitors all PC activities on a computer it's been installed on, including any programs running; keystrokes made; and files altered, created, deleted, moved, or renamed.

Guidance Software EnCase 4.19

August 1, 2004

Since 1998 Pasadena, Calif.-based Guidance Software has been in the business of finding evidence where no man had gone before: the mass storage medium of computer systems.

Trancite Logic Systems Easy Street Draw 3.0 and ScenePD 2.0

July 1, 2004

Whether you're drawing a complex collision scene, documenting an elaborate crime scene, or just need to draw a straightforward two-car crash, you can probably do it easier, faster, and better with Trancite Logic System's Easy Street Draw 3.0 or its more sophisticated sister product ScenePD 2.0.

Lafayette Instruments LX 9.5 Polygraph Software

June 1, 2004

This versatile upgrade makes it easier for polygraph examiners to capture and analyze data and communicate and display their findings.

IQ Biometrix FACES 4.0

May 1, 2004

If you are looking for the best software for creating composite pictures of suspects, check out IQ Biometrix's FACES 4.0.

E Team Crisis Management

January 1, 2004

This secure communications and incident management tool is fully scaleable with a user-friendly Windows interface.

Connectivity Suite

February 1, 2003
Version 3.60 of the Connectivity Suite software enables seamless roaming between CDMA 1xRTT and other wireless WANs and LANs. Users may send or receive high-bandwidth data within 802.11b hotspots and still maintain connectivity.
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