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Slain Illinois Officer Identified, Suspects Still at Large
Slain Illinois Officer Identified, Suspects Still at Large

September 1, 2015
shot and killed while chasing three suspects Tuesday morning was a 30-year veteran of the force who went by the nickname "G.I. Joe" and was married with four children, according to police and family, reports the Chicago Tribune. "He's got four sons who are going

MMA Training Series Mats
MMA Training Series Mats

June 26, 2014
Zebra MMA Training Series Mats are constructed to provide superior impact protection. Whether you train in MMA, No-GI Grappling, or Jiu-Jitsu, these mats are perfect for sparring and grappling sessions.

Dallas GIS Police Analyst Uses Geospatial Skills to Fight Crime

February 24, 2014
Geographic information systems (GIS) has changed the way law enforcement fights crime. Investigators now rely on actionable intelligence for mapping and analyzing crime patterns, and as the use of this new technology continues to evolve, police agencies will depend on crime GIS analysts to take advantage of the cutting-edge tools

Veriton N4630G mini Desktop
Veriton N4630G mini Desktop

September 29, 2014
. The new models include the Veriton N4630G-i54570X with an Intel Core i5-4570T processor (4M cache, up to 3.60 GHz) and the Veriton N4630G-i34150X with an Intel Core i3-4150T processor (3MB cache, 3.0 GHz).

TeleCommunication Systems Expands Public Safety Portfolio with Intrepid9-1-1 Next Generation Core Services Solution

July 10, 2015
. Interoperable with existing and emerging systems, Intrepid9-1-1 features Geographical Information Systems (GIS)-based routing via Location to Service Translation (LoST) protocol. In situations where GIS is not in place, the flexible solution easily operates within a Master Street Address Guide (MSAG)-based routing system. Intrepid9-1-1 is also compliant with the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry

LE Planes: Flying High Cover
LE Planes: Flying High Cover

August 26, 2014
of the Special Mission group at Textron Aviation, which includes Beechcraft and Cessna planes. "And as electronics get smaller, lighter, and need less power consumption, you can get them into smaller platforms." With these improvements, almost any aircraft can benefit from high-resolution cameras as well as an area's GIS files, or a moving map, an essential tool for such operations. In the mid-1990s

Mission Critical Software
Mission Critical Software

September 2, 2014
in the software, which can be populated with a variety of data, including GIS and federal terrain maps. And because Mission Manager operates in the cloud, it can be accessed on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and even smartphones from anywhere in the world. But even though Mission Manager has proven to be a valuable tool for 1,200 agencies in 20 countries, the question that remains to be answered

Underwater Search System
Underwater Search System

June 28, 2014
SAMM is Oceanic Imaging Consultants' Stand Alone Mosaicking Module, ideal for underwater search and survey.

Indiana Agency Buys Spillman Software for Countywide Data Sharing Capabilities

July 7, 2015
and GIS, Jail Management Systems, Fire, Data Sharing, Personnel and Resources, and Analytics and Intelligence-Led Policing. For more information about Spillman, visit  

Using a Photo's Meta Data To Find a Location
Using a Photo's Meta Data To Find a Location

May 10, 2013
finds his exact GIS (geographic information system) coordinates, leading the detectives straight to his front door. You probably sat back and laughed, explaining to your family that it's not that easy. Well, it is that easy. Here's how to do it. Within most digital pictures, cameras store meta data called EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) within the header of the file. This data

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