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Video: CA Agency Equips Officers with Smartphone Body Cameras Powered by Visual Labs Software
LASD to Deploy UAV to Aid Deputies Working Bomb and Hostage Incidents

LASD to Deploy UAV to Aid Deputies Working Bomb and Hostage Incidents

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell said Thursday that his agency will begin deploying an unmanned aerial device to aid deputies responding to arson scenes, suspected bombs and hostage situations, but he promised the device would not be used to surveil residents.

January 13, 2017

Vigilant Solutions Fixed Camera Network Protects La Verne, CA

Vigilant Solutions Fixed Camera Network Protects La Verne, CA

Vigilant Solutions announced today that its fixed cameras are being used by the La Verne (CA) Police Department to improve the safety of the community. The network of 21 fixed cameras is having a noticeable impact on the department's ability to both protect its neighborhoods and close cases more rapidly.

September 8, 2016

California Sheriff's Department Expands Facial Recognition Program to 500 Officers
San Bernardino PD Wins Everyday Heroes Award from Thomson Reuters for Response to Mass Shooting
California Agency Upgrades Communications System, Adds IPT Batteries
Video: CHP Helicopter Avoids Hitting Drone

Video: CHP Helicopter Avoids Hitting Drone

The operator of a drone that forced a California Highway Patrol helicopter pilot to take evasive action Saturday night could face federal prosecution.

December 8, 2015

Funding Pulled From Los Angeles Multi-Jurisdictional Radio System

An ambitious plan to connect all of Los Angeles County's fire and police agencies on a single communications system has hit another potential setback with the loss of $11 million in federal grant funding administered by the city of Los Angeles.

December 1, 2015

SF Police Chief Asks for Firing of 7 Officers in Texting Scandal

SF Police Chief Asks for Firing of 7 Officers in Texting Scandal

San Francisco PD's Chief Suhr announced he will ask the San Francisco police commission to terminate seven officers for sending, or responding to homophobic text messages. He will ask them to look at the actions of six others, as well. One police officer has already resigned.

April 6, 2015