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Face2Face - Abalone LLC

October 15, 2009
Abalone's compact 3D imaging Face2Face System uses off-the-shelf digital cameras mounted on a stereo bar to take two identical images offset from each other by a few degrees. Combining the two offset images in the computer results in a 3-D image on the screen. Proprietary software can then manipulate the image and show kids the effects of meth on their faces.

No Idle Vehicle Interior Heating - Autotherm

October 15, 2009
Autotherm's No Idle Vehicle Interior Heating System is available as an aftermarket retrofit solution for police cruisers to over-the-road 18 wheelers. Users can expect a quick return on investment with this non fuel burning, non-emitting, and maintenance free vehicle interior heating system.

Police-Specific Brake System - Raybestos

September 18, 2009
The new Raybestos police-specific brake system is a complete brake system designed specifically for law enforcement. With pursuit-proven pads, rotors, and calipers, this system is intended to lower overall cost per mile while maintaining peak performance levels at extreme temperatures.

EZDigiMagic DVD Burner - EZPnP

September 18, 2009
EZPnP has now added a photo viewing capability to its EZDigiMagic DM550-P20, a standalone desktop DVD burner. The DM550-P20 burns exact copies of digital files directly from memory cards to CD or DVD discs without using a computer.

GD6000 Vehicle Rugged Notebook - Itronix

September 18, 2009
Designed for mobile workforces, the GD6000 is a notebook optimized for vehicle deployments. It meets fully rugged standards for temperature, vibration, dust ingress, and humidity. It can also survive punishing 30-inch drops and comes standard with a spill-resistant keyboard.

Train-The-Trainer Manual - SecureSearch

September 18, 2009
The Train-the Trainer Manual from SecureSearch covers a wide range of electrical, electronic, mechanical, and chemical components, and containers used in Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) with hundreds of full-color photos. Detailed explanations are given of how the item works, why it is hazardous, and how it is employed in the firing train within an IED.

Evidence Drying Cabinets - Misonix

September 18, 2009
Misonix's Evidence Drying Cabinets prevent decomposition of evidence and protect users from exposure to unknown substances. Filtered air passes through the cabinet, drying the wet evidence. Potential bacteria, viruses, and odors are removed by HEPA and carbon filtration before clean air is returned to the room.

CHOICE Web-Based Application - Appriss

September 18, 2009
Appriss' CHOICE is a secure, Web-based application that helps multiple audiences access and manage information related to criminal cases. CHOICE allows law enforcement agencies to view, collect, and update victim and offender information. Victims can also access the service to self-manage their notifications, victim impact statements, and other important information.

Docking Cradles - Gamber-Johnson

September 18, 2009
Gamber-Johnson docking cradles for the Dell E6400/E6400ATG and the Dell E6500 computers feature brackets that restrain either the Dell E-Port or E-Port Plus office port replicator. The port replicator attaches to the cradle using brackets located at the rear of the cradle.

Maglite Caps - Bust A Cap

September 18, 2009
Bust A Cap's Maglite Cap, a rapid entry tool made from special steel, attaches to the MagLite D Cell C Cell and Mini Mag AA flashlight to help break glass such as a car window with just one tap.
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