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Florida Department of Corrections Selects Harris Corporation to Upgrade Public Safety Radio Communications System

March 15, 2010
Harris Corp. and its sales and service partner, Communications International Inc. (CII) have been selected by the Florida Department of Corrections to upgrade its existing radio system to a Harris 800 MHz P25IP (Project 25 to the power of Internet Protocol) communications network system. The new system will provide increased coverage and improved communications to 20 state correctional facilities throughout Florida and will include more than 2,200 Harris portable radios.

Failed Meters Bring Tickets, Controversy in Los Angeles

March 12, 2010
Los Angeles Councilman Tom LaBonge is investigating constituent complaints about tickets received at inactive parking meters reading "Fail" or "Dead," the Los Angeles Times reports.
Ford's 2012 Police Interceptor patrol car. Image courtesy of Ford.

Ford Unveils 2012 Police Interceptor

March 12, 2010
The Ford Motor Co. unveiled its new Police Interceptor in Las Vegas today and provided details about the patrol car that will replace the "Crown Vic" in late 2011. Ford also confirmed it has begun production on a second new Police Interceptor that will be a utility vehicle.

POLICE-TREXPO West to Hold IES Simulator Shooting Contest

March 11, 2010
You'll have a chance to test your shooting skills on the POLICE-TREXPO show floor at the IES Interactive Training booth in Long Beach, Calif., this month.

Florida Man Follows Through On Threat To Harm Himself After SWAT Arrives

March 11, 2010
The Lee County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office SWAT unit brought a crisis negotiator to the home of a distraught man who had threatened to harm himself and later shot himself while barricaded in a bathroom.

5.11 Tactical Releases ThumbDrive Holster

March 11, 2010
The reinforced ThumbDrive Holster includes an exclusive thumb-activated release that secures a duty weapon and provides an extra level of officer security.

IACP Opens Nominations For Annual Public-Private Partnership Award

March 11, 2010
The IACP's Security Executive Council urges security professionals to nominate businesses and agencies that have shown "exceptional levels of coordination and innovation in partnering between the public and private sectors."

Digital Ally Begins Full Production of FirstVu On-Body Video System

March 11, 2010
Digital Ally's FirstVu is a highly compact, solid-state digital video/audio recorder and digital photographic personal camera that can be attached to a law enforcement officer's uniform and is designed to capture evidence on a "real-time" basis.

Officer Who Smelled Burning Marijuana From Chimney Triggered $10M Bust

March 10, 2010
An officer's keen nose has led to the largest pot bust in New Jersey history, which took an estimated $10 million in marijuana off the market.

Ohio Motor Officer Gets Job Back After Speeding Incident

March 10, 2010
A Gahanna (Ohio) police officer will return to his department, which had fired him after he was clocked speeding at 149 mph on a motorcycle while off duty.
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