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Roger Rodriguez

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Roger served over 20 years with the NYPD, where he spearheaded the NYPD’s first dedicated facial recognition unit. The unit has conducted more than 8,500 facial recognition investigations, with over 3,000 possible matches and approximately 2,000 arrests. Roger’s enhancement techniques are now recognized worldwide and have changed law enforcement’s approach to the utilization of facial recognition technology.

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BigEasy Loop - Steck Manufacturing

August 12, 2009
Steck Manufacturing's BigEasy Loop is a simple and inexpensive device to assist in using the company's BigEasy to open locked cars by grasping door handles and window cranks.

RW 420 Mobile Printer - Zebra Technologies

August 12, 2009
Bluetooth enabled, Zebra's RW 420 e-citation mobile printer's modular design allows users to choose among wireless options, card readers, and integral accessories such as a vehicle mount for simplified route printing from the road.

CryWolf False Alarm Management System - Public Safety Corporation

August 12, 2009
CryWolf is a comprehensive false alarm management system that greatly reduces the time and effort required to process false alarms for jurisdictions of all sizes. CryWolf has helped hundreds of city and county law enforcement agencies reduce the quantity of false alarms.

Mobile Telescoping Surveillance System - Venture Tec

August 12, 2009
Venture Tec's MVS is a lightweight, rapid deploying, telescopic mast for elevated video surveillance. By attaching directly to the vehicle's hitch receiver, it can easily relocate to surveillance areas, thus optimizing detection ability.

Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS) - Midwest Industries

August 12, 2009
Midwest Industries' Back Up Iron Sight (BUIS) has a simple, rugged design. Made from 6061 aluminum that is mil-spec hard coat anodized, it comes with a lifetime warranty. The sight's standard dual aperture is fully protected from accidental damage.

Mission Pack System - S.O.Tech

August 12, 2009
Designed with and employed by Special Forces elements, S.O.Tech's new Mission Pack System was tailored for vehicle-mounted deployment as well as long-range foot patrol operations. Bail out modular Mission Go Bags can be pulled and deployed for short-range missions while primary packs are left in vehicles.
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Mobile IR Camera - P&R Infrared

August 12, 2009
Priced under $7,000 for a complete system, the new ATAC 360-degree Advanced Thermal Acquisition Camera from P&R Infrared can detect man-sized objects from more than 1,500 feet away in complete darkness and through smoke, fog, rain, and other adverse atmospheric conditions.

Humvee Emergency Rescue Knife - CampCo

August 12, 2009
CampCo's Humvee Emergency Rescue Knife and LED Combo features a half-watt ultra-bright white LED light that operates on a single AA alkaline battery and a folding knife outfitted with an emergency seat belt cutter and glass breaker. The four-inch LED light comes with a detachable lanyard.
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2009 FLHP Road King - Harley-Davidson

July 14, 2009
For the 2009 Road King, Harley-Davidson added a new chassis designed to deliver more responsive maneuverability, increased capacity (a 70-pound load) and greater comfort for the rider.

Fiber-scope for SWAT - SAS Research and Development

June 1, 2009
SAS Research and Development’s Ultimate Fiberscope for SWAT and Special Ops is manufactured entirely in the United States. This 8.5mm-diameter scope has a channel through which various tools can be passed, including a microphone and magnetic lifting and cutting tools.
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