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Remote Surveillance System

December 22, 2010
Kenwood USA's new wireless site-surveillance solution built on the digital NEXEDGE radio platform is designed to transmit images from video cameras in remote sites for easy and economical monitoring of events such as flooding and rockslides.

Mexican Drone Crashes In El Paso Backyard

December 18, 2010
The crash in El Paso's Lower Valley neighborhood occurred shortly before 6:28 p.m. Tuesday, when the El Paso (Texas) Police Department was notified about it. "We were told it was not a police matter," Det. Mike Baranyay told the news outlet.

Surveillance Technology: An End to Stakeouts?

December 14, 2010

Modern surveillance techniques still use the old methods, but technology can make the process both easier and more likely to yield good results.

Not Getting 'Burned'

June 7, 2010

You can always tell the veterans because they don't wear hats or fake mustaches anymore.

Unmanned Aircraft Gather Intel In Texas

May 27, 2010
These aircraft are flown remotely by a pair of pilots at ground control stations essentially using a high-tech flight simulator. The drones have a 66-foot wingspan and are powered by a turboprop engine at the rear. Fuel capacity supports 20 hours of flying time.

Buying Surveillance Cars at Dealer Auctions

March 22, 2010
When the fleet manager for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department needs to replenish the agency's fleet of surveillance cars, he uses a method that other LE agencies may not know exists: He buys the cars at private dealer auctions.

Mobile Surveillance Tower

February 26, 2010
The M.U.S.T. uses its own vehicle to deploy an elevated tower and climate controlled capsule to an eye-level height of more than 25 feet. The mobile, all-terrain surveillance unit can be fully deployed by one person at any location in less than two minutes without leaving the vehicle.

Helinet Technologies Brings Aerial Surveillance Video to Mobile Devices

February 3, 2010
Breakthrough capability from Helinet Technologies allows ground personnel to view encrypted, real-time aerial video feeds on their BlackBerry and Windows Mobile Smartphones.

Colorado Sheriff Uses Unmanned Aircraft For Search-and-Rescue Ops

October 30, 2009
The Mesa County (Colo.) Sheriff's Office has begun using the remote-controlled Draganflyer X6 unmanned helicopter to assist with search-and-rescue operations.

Mobile IR Camera

August 12, 2009
Priced under $7,000 for a complete system, the new ATAC 360-degree Advanced Thermal Acquisition Camera from P&R Infrared can detect man-sized objects from more than 1,500 feet away in complete darkness and through smoke, fog, rain, and other adverse atmospheric conditions.

Voice Vault Wireless Microphone

June 1, 2009
Digital Ally’s VoiceVault Advanced Wireless Microphone includes several industry-first features, such as on-board solid state memory that records audio evidence when going out of range or the signal is interrupted. It offers range of up to one mile by adjusting the transmit power as the range increases.

ATN Offers New Daytime Binocular for Professional Applications

March 30, 2009
American Technologies Network (ATN) Corp.'s new 7x50 daytime Omega class binocular is built to withstand rugged handling and environments while providing a sharp, stable image with excellent low-light performance, according to the company.

Alabama Law Enforcement Teams with Truckers to Combat Aggressive Drivers

December 18, 2008
Two nurses on their way home to Walker County on Wednesday morning got more than a surprise on Interstate 65. The driver got a ticket for going 80 mph and a second ticket for failing to signal a lane change. The ticket was courtesy of Alabama's latest twist to catch bad drivers - spying them from the cab of an 18-wheeler.

Multi-Purpose Thermal Imager

December 1, 2008
L-3 Communications, Infrared Products announced the launch of its much-anticipated Thermal-Eye Renegade-320 thermal imaging system. This single thermal imaging device can multi-task as a handheld, a tripod-mounted surveillance system, and a thermal weapon sight. The new lightweight system provides six hours of operation on four CR123 batteries.

Tacsight S2

January 1, 2008
The Tacsight S2 hand-held thermal imager is Bullard’s newest design for law enforcement. For covert surveillance in darkness, you can dim the display or even turn it completely off and view images through an attachable eyepiece.

SuperVision Digital Night Vision

August 1, 2007
SuperVision is a patented hand-held, digital low-light viewing system that uses a sophisticated CCD sensor and digital signal processor to transform energy invisible to the naked eye into a sharp and clear image on an HDTV high-resolution display.

Klein Electronics Two-Wire Surveillance Earpiece

January 1, 2007
New for Vertex 820/920 radios, Klein Electronics has introduced the Sentry Professional 2-Wire Surveillance Earpiece. Specially designed and newly manufactured for the Vertex 820 and 920 Public Safety Series radios, this earpiece kit features a comfortable acoustic coil tube that comes in black or clear, an internal dual PTT button and microphone for extra street life, junction box with strain reliefs and premium grade thicker cabling, and swivel clothing clip.

Cyber Defense Systems CyberBug Aircraft

July 1, 2005
Cyber Defense Systems’ CyberBug is a scalable 2.6- to 12-pound unmanned aircraft that can be deployed for total surveillance of an area. The basic CyberBug unit includes an autopilot function, data link with GPS overlay, a day/night camera, and other options such as Infrared viewing capabilities.

Patriot Act Provision Ruled Unconstitutional

September 30, 2004
A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a section of the Patriot Act that had allowed the FBI to request businesses’ financial records to investigate terrorism.

Portable Police Kiosk

September 1, 2003
Porta King's pre-assembled Police Koban, a portable police kiosk, allows law enforcement officials to escape the elements without leaving the streets. Built-in security features include: class III bullet-resistant construction; space to house surveillance equipment; an exterior-mounted autodial "911" telephone for civilian use in case of emergency; and a through-wall climate control, service sink, and dimming lights.
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