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Three Ark. Agencies Pick digiTicket Citation System

August 17, 2012
Arkansas law enforcement agencies in Benton, Bryant, and Saline County have adopted Saltus Technologies' digiTicket e-citation system to eliminate lost revenue due to handwriting errors, incorrect court scheduling, and other manual data-input ticket issues.

Nev. Officer Finds Driver Dead After Pursuit

August 7, 2012
A Las Vegas police officer was in his patrol car in the central valley late Sunday afternoon when a Nissan Maxima that appeared to be steering itself ran through a red light.

Mass. Cop Killed By Dump Truck

July 26, 2012
A Westfield (Mass.) Police officer died early Thursday after he was struck by a dump truck while directing traffic at a construction site. Officer Jose Torres, a 27-year veteran, succumbed to injuries he sustained in the accident at 44 Pontoosic Road.

Colo. Motor Officer Killed In Motorcycle Crash

July 25, 2012
Matthew Tyner, a 13-year veteran of the department, was riding his motorcycle and conducting traffic enforcement when he collided with a vehicle on Austin Bluffs Parkway near Oro Blanco Drive.

TraffiCalm Systems Introduces Driver Feedback Sign

July 13, 2012
TraffiCalm's 9-inch matrix display Radar Driver FeedBack (DFB) sign is a lightweight traffic speed sign with highly visible LEDs. Set to be the most affordably priced electronic traffic calming solution on the market, the 9-inch DFB is suitable for a variety of speed reduction applications.

Texas Agency Deploys digiTicket eCitation System

July 6, 2012
The Alvarado (Texas) Police Department has successfully deployed the digiTicket digital citation solution from Saltus Technologies, according to the company.

Video: 'Speed Trap' Sign Lands Texas Woman In Jail

June 28, 2012
Natalie Plummer noticed officers pulling over speeders in downtown Houston, parked her bicycle, and then held up a sign reading "Speed Trap" to be seen by approaching drivers.

APALS

June 14, 2012
The new APALS (All Purpose Adhesive Light Strip) by Brite-Strike—bright, light, and holds tight.

Fla. Cop Fired for Writing Too Many Tickets

June 8, 2012
A Palm Beach (Fla.) Police Department officer who wrote 115 tickets in one month earlier this year has been fired for excessive traffic enforcement. Officer William Eaton wrote 222 citations in 2011.

Louisiana Agency Deploys digiTicket eCitation System

June 6, 2012
The department, which polices a suburb of Baton Rouge, chose digiTicket because of its "superior user experience, ease of use, and Saltus' reputation for outstanding customer service," according to the company.

Colo. Officer Struck, Killed by Drunk Driver

May 29, 2012
Englewood (Colo.) Police Officer Jeremy Bitner has succumbed to injuries suffered when he was struck by a drunk driver during a traffic stop. Officer Bitner passed away Tuesday, a day after he and a motorist were struck by a vehicle.

Fla. Agency Uses Bunny Suit for Seatbelt Enforcement

April 6, 2012
West Palm Beach (Fla.) Police officers used a bunny suit to enforce the state-sponsored "Click It Or Ticket" campaign during a one-day sting earlier this week.

Dancing Filipino Traffic Cop

April 5, 2012

A Filipino traffic cop struts his stuff in Cubao, Quezon City, with Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" as his soundtrack.

'Batman' Pulled Over In Maryland

March 29, 2012
Montgomery County (Md.) Police officers pulled over the Caped Crusader on Route 29 for driving with "no tags on [the] Batmobile," the agency announced on its Twitter feed.

Kansas Cop Has Recorded 10,000 DUI Arrests

March 19, 2012
Kansas City (Kan.) Police Officer Kenneth Garrett made more than 400 arrests for DUI in 2011 and has racked up more than 10,000 in his 20-year career, making him one of the most prolific drunk-driving enforcers in the country.

Calif. City Gives Up On Red-Light Cameras

March 14, 2012
Glendale, Calif., will end red-light enforcement because it had become a burden on police resources with officers reviewing violations in the field.

Tenn. Trooper Critical After Sleepy Trucker Strikes Cruiser

March 13, 2012
A trucker who fell asleep at the wheel plowed into a Tennessee trooper's parked cruiser early Tuesday, causing it to burst into flames and critically injuring the officer.

Brite-Strike's Traffic Safety Gloves

March 13, 2012

On the palm of each glove is a red stop sign pocket made of this material that holds two LED strips, and on the back of the hand are two green light strips that hold one LED strip each. The combination allows motorists to see the light up to at least one-quarter mile away, and the replaceable lithium batteries last for up to 35 hours.

Brite-Strike: Traffic Safety Gloves

March 13, 2012

LED strips on Brite-Strike's Traffic Safety Gloves make officers visible to motorists even in complete darkness. Source: Brite-Strike

Product Demo: Brite-Strike's APALS

March 13, 2012

Brite-Strike's APALS is a self-adhesive LED light strip designed to improve officer safety during traffic enforcement at night. Source: Brite-Strike

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