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Suspect in British MP Jo Cox Slaying a Longtime Neo-Nazi Supporter

June 17, 2016
The man suspected of killing British lawmaker Jo Cox was a longtime supporter of a U.S.-based. neo-Nazi organization, according to a watchdog group that tracks extremists.

Active Shooter Incidents Continue to Rise, New FBI Data Show

June 17, 2016
Active shooter incidents in the United States continue to rise in frequency, with new FBI statistics showing the highest average of incidents ever in a two-year period.

Video: NYC Names Intersection for Officer Who Founded LGBT Group

June 17, 2016
A New York City intersection was renamed on Friday for a police sergeant who formed the first lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender police fraternal organization.

Amazon Web Services Signs CJIS Agreement with the State of Colorado

June 17, 2016
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced it has signed a Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) agreement with the State of Colorado. Colorado is the latest CJIS agreement AWS has signed, on the heels of CJIS agreements with the California Department of Justice and the State of Minnesota.

New Lightweight Havis Touch Screen Display to be Introduced at the 2016 Police Security Expo

June 17, 2016
Havis Inc., a leading manufacturer of mobile office solutions for public safety, public works, government agencies and mobile professionals, will introduce a new lightweight touch screen display that mounts directly to a vehicle’s dash panel. The new space-saving display functions as an external monitor and provides the option of docking and mounting computing devices in the trunk to maximize space and create a comfortable work environment inside the cabin.
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32 agencies Purchase Spillman, 68 Expand Systems in First Quarter of 2016

June 17, 2016
Thirty-two public safety and private security agencies chose Spillman Technologies as their new software vendor during the first quarter of 2016, bringing Spillman’s total customer count to nearly 1,700 agencies across the United States. In addition to these new agencies, 68 existing Spillman customers expanded their current systems by purchasing additional software modules.
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Tennessee Deputy Dies of Complications from 2015 Crash Injuries

June 17, 2016
A Jackson County (TN) Sheriff’s Office deputy died on Wednesday from complications related to a car crash.

Baltimore Officials, Verizon Search for Reason 911 System Failed Tuesday

June 16, 2016
City officials quickly decided to use the 311 call center as an alternative but debated for at least a half hour how to let the public know about the problems.

More Details Revealed on Police Response to Orlando Club Shooter

June 16, 2016
He was met by gunman Omar Mateen. Armed with a .223 caliber semiautomatic rifle and a 9mm semiautomatic pistol, Mateen started exchanging gunfire with the officer.

Medical Examiner Intended to Rule Freddie Gray Death an Accident, Officer Goodson Trial Reveals

June 16, 2016
Evidence disclosed for the first time Wednesday in the trial of Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., the van driver charged with second-degree murder in the death of Freddie Gray, suggests that the doctor performing Gray's autopsy at one point intended to rule his death an accident.
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