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GA Officers Carry Smart Card with QR Code for Public to Scan

NYPD Replacing Handwritten Memo Books with Mobile Phone App

Officers with the New York Police Department will soon be putting down their pens and setting aside their hefty department-issued memo books in favor of a new mobile phone app that they will use to keep a detailed log of their daily activities on patrol.

February 7, 2020

CentralSquare Releases More ShareBlueSmiles Stories

CentralSquare, a leader in public sector technology, has announced the release of three new feature stories as part of ShareBlueSmiles, a national campaign whose mission is to deepen trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.

November 24, 2019

California City Council Approves Budget for New Vehicles, Video Systems
NYPD Officers Get Phone App to Connect Hearing Impaired with Translators

NYPD Officers Get Phone App to Connect Hearing Impaired with Translators

Officers with the New York Police Department now have a better way to communicate with subjects who are deaf or hard of hearing with a teleconferencing system that is similar to Skype, allowing the hearing impaired person to speak in sign language and the officer to communicate verbally with a translation conducted by interpreters employed by the city.

February 1, 2019

National Law Enforcement Museum Unveils Interactive 911 Exhibit

The National Law Enforcement Museum has unveiled its 911 Emergency Ops exhibit, sponsored by Motorola Solutions. The exhibit allows visitors to take on the important role of a 911 dispatcher and learn how this communications system is essential to the work of law enforcement.

October 10, 2018

"Fitbit" Data Leads California Police to Possible Murder Suspect
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