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Va. Department Affected by Blackberry Outage

October 13, 2011
Richmond (Va.) Police officers lost the ability to communicate or browse the Internet Thursday, after Blackberry smart-phone users lost service on five continents.

Mich. Cop Fatally Struck by Fleeing Bank Robbers

October 13, 2011
A Walker (Mich.) Police officer who deployed stop sticks to halt fleeing bank robbery suspects was struck and killed near Interstate 96 in western Michigan on Thursday. The suspects were killed in an ensuing gun battle with police.

Pa. Cop Ambushed by Fugitive who Threatened Police

October 13, 2011
Lower Burrell (Pa.) Police Patrolman Derek Kotecki was shot and killed at a Dairy Queen restaurant Wednesday evening as police tried to arrest a wanted fugitive. Officer Kotecki, 40, was an 18-year veteran and the department's K-9 officer.

Charlotte Selects Alcatel-Lucent for Public Safety Broadband Network

October 13, 2011
Charlotte, N.C., has contracted Alcatel-Lucent to develop and build a Long Term Evolution (LTE) public safety network in the 700 MHz frequency spectrum that has been dedicated for public-safety use. Alcatel-Lucent will provide an end-to-end LTE solution.

NLEOMF Gala Honors 20 Years of Tributes

October 12, 2011
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial will celebrate 20 years of honoring America's law enforcement officers, especially the fallen, at an anniversary gala today at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C.
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Carlson and Neul To Produce White-Space Broadband System

October 12, 2011
The Neul/Carlson system will give broadband users access to more than 200MHz of high quality white-space radio spectrum. Volume shipments of the new system are planned before the end of the year, with samples and development equipment available before then.

Amped Software Introduces FIVE On Demand Video Software

October 12, 2011
Amped FIVE, forensic video analysis software, opens high tech crime fighting tools to all budgets. New subscription plans available for Amped Software’s new product “ Amped FIVE On Demand”, with competitive and flexible pricing options, unique in its field.
<p>Screenshot: Honeywell.</p>

Honeywell Launches QuietPro QP400 Communication System

October 12, 2011
The QuietPro QP400 was introduced at the AUSA 2011 annual meeting and exposition in Washington, D.C., Oct. 10-12. The QuietPro QP400 provides soldiers with smart personal hearing protection, situational awareness enhancement, and the clearest incoming and outgoing communication throughout the full spectrum of training and deployment operations.
<p>Seal Beach (Calif.) Police officers load the mass-shooting suspect into a squad car. Screenshot: ABC News.</p>

8 Dead In Calif. Salon Massacre

October 12, 2011
A man opened fire inside a crowded hair salon in a sedate southern California city, eventually killing eight people and critically injuring a ninth as they desperately tried to flee. Seal Beach Police officers recovered body armor and multiple weapons, when they arrested him during a traffic stop.

Brownells Establishes 'Center For Zombie Awareness' Web site

October 12, 2011
The newly formed Brownells Center for Zombie Awareness (CZA) Web site includes a three-phase defense plan, offering visitors ways to "educate," "equip," and "engage" the undead.
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