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Mark Rivera, Customer Retention Manager and CJIS Security Compliance Officer with Vigilant Solutions, served for sixteen years with the Maryland State Police, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant with thirteen of those years at the supervisory and command level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University and Secret clearance through the FBI, Baltimore.

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Video: N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

November 7, 2013
David Eckert was subjected to repeated and humiliating forced medical procedures, including X-rays, digital probes of his anus, three enemas, and a colonoscopy. No narcotics were found.

N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

November 7, 2013
A Deming, N.M, man is suing several parties, including officers and deputies, over medical procedures that were performed on him in search of narcotics following a traffic stop. Read Full Story Here.

Calif. Woman Cited for Driving While Wearing Google Glass

October 31, 2013
A Temecula woman received a ticket from a California Highway Patrol officer Tuesday evening in San Diego for operating a vehicle while wearing Google Glass computerized glasses that connect people to the Internet.

Video: Phone Charger in Calif. Deputy's Pocket Stops Bullet

October 29, 2013
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot and wounded by a suspect during a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning -- and one was saved from serious harm by a cellphone charger in her pocket, authorities said.

Phone Charger in Calif. Deputy's Pocket Stops Bullet

October 29, 2013
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot and wounded by a suspect during a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning -- and one was saved from serious harm by a cellphone charger in her pocket. Read Full Story Here.

E-Citation: A Force Multiplier

September 27, 2013

Few advancements in law enforcement technology have had more impact nationwide than electronic citation. The technology has been on line a little more than a decade, and e-citation systems are now in use by federal, state, county, and municipal agencies. And they all sing its praises.

SRN 1000 Barrier System

September 20, 2013
The SRN 1000 Premier Barrier System by Stop Rubbernecking contains three steel tripods and four heavy-duty fabric screens. The all-weather screens release and reattach in most winds and once assembled, the system is self-maintained.

N.Y. Troopers Get Raised SUVs for Cell-Phone Enforcement

July 24, 2013
New York troopers have begun using raised, black SUVs to allow troopers to peer down into other cars to crack down on the use of cell phones by motorists.

Atlanta Police: Citation Revenue Will Fund Pay Raises

June 27, 2013
An internal Atlanta Police Department email made public by WSB informed officers that traffic ticket money would pay for future pay raises.

How To Start a Smaller-Agency Traffic Unit

May 22, 2013
If the chief or sheriff wants to form a traffic unit, stop and ask what kind of unit. Is this purely enforcement or is this a special events traffic detail? Will you handle parades, funeral escorts or other special events? Will you investigate serious and fatal accidents up to and including reconstruction?

Chicago Officer Dragged, Thrown from Vehicle

May 14, 2013
When she approached the vehicle, the driver grabbed her vest and drove off, authorities said. As the vehicle sped away, the officer was thrown from it and tumbled to the ground.

13 Ill. Cops Suspended In OT Scheme

April 18, 2013
The Des Plaines (Ill.) Police Department handed out suspensions today to 13 officers who the department said were found to have violated department rules and regulations in connection with an internal investigation into misreporting of DUI arrests to obtain overtime pay from a federally funded grant.

NFL Star Donates Dodge Chargers To Houston PD

March 22, 2013
A Buffalo Bills pass rusher who grew up in the Houston area donated five 2013 Dodge Charger Pursuit cruisers to the Houston Police Department.

Tenn. Troopers Use Heavy Duty Truck To Catch Traffic Scofflaws

March 18, 2013
A group of Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers stationed in Chattanooga have been using a heavy-duty truck to catch traffic scofflaws who text or drink while driving.

High-Definition Imaging

February 8, 2013

One of the nation's most ambitious ALPR programs is in operation in Orange County, Calif. The countywide ALPR effort involves 50 vehicle-mounted ALPR units from Vigilant Solutions spread across 24 agencies.

San Diego Drops Red-Light Cameras

February 5, 2013
San Diego became the latest California city to drop red-light cameras at major intersections, as city officials cited public hostility and no measurable decline in accidents.

Texas Cop Gives $100 To Needy Motorist

December 13, 2012
A Plano (Texas) Police officer tucked a $100 bill into a citation, after a motorist with expired tags told him he chose to feed his family rather than pay his vehicle registration fee.

Ga. Agency Adopts Gtechna's eCitations and LPR Solution

December 4, 2012
The Milledgeville (Ga.) Police Department has implemented a pay-per-ticket electronic citations system with license plate recognition technology provided by Gtechna, the company announced.

Video: Seat-belt Activist Tries To Pull Over Mich. Cop

December 3, 2012
A Michigan seat-belt activist who attempted to pull over a Detroit Police officer is now facing a reckless driving charge. In the video, the officer can be seen smiling as McClain yells at him to pull over.

Seat-belt Activist Tries To Pull Over Mich. Cop

December 3, 2012
A Michigan man attempts to pull over a Detroit Police officer for not wearing his seatbelt. Read the full story here.
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