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Nation's First High-Speed Chase Warning System Launches in South Carolina

Oconee County (SC) Sheriff Mike Crenshaw heads up the first law enforcement agency in the nation to use the PursuitAlert technology. "Today we are happy to announce that we have a way to warn our citizens when someone refuses to stop for a deputy. While we can control the type of pursuits our deputies engage in through policy, we cannot control the individual that refuses to stop for blue lights and sirens. I am confident that PursuitAlert can save lives," said Crenshaw.

February 25, 2019

Driverless Car Company Issues Report on Interaction with Police

Driverless Car Company Issues Report on Interaction with Police

Waymo—the manufacturer of "driverless cars" now in testing in select cities across the country—recently issued a report titled "Waymo Safety Report—On the Road to Fully Self-Driving," in which the company provides information on a variety of aspects of its public safety policies.

October 19, 2018

Drug Detection and Officer Protection
Move Over Or Else

Move Over Or Else

Brekford Traffic Safety's Argos Guardian Move Over Camera is designed to mount to an officer's vehicle and document move-over violations to make officers safer.

May 1, 2018

OHD Quantifit

OHD Quantifit

With OHD Quantifit, you can do a complete fit test in 2-3 minutes.

October 30, 2017

PacSci EMC's NightHawk: Safer Pursuit Stopper

PacSci EMC's NightHawk: Safer Pursuit Stopper

To deploy PacSci EMC's NightHawk, the officer sets the open case on the ground along the road and can then stand up to 100 feet away. When the target vehicle gets near, pressing a remote control button launches a string of spike strips across the roadway.

August 3, 2017

Officer Down Rapid Response

Officer Down Rapid Response

The Automated Injury Detection (AID) device uses a high-tech fabric with sensors to recognize when an officer has been shot or stabbed in the vest. Within a few seconds it sends a notification.

July 7, 2017

Video: VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

Video: VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

The Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office is the first police agency in the country to use a new technology to help injured officers. The Automatic Injury Detection Panels fit on officers' vests and they can detect when an officer has been shot or stabbed.

February 10, 2017

VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

The Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office is the first police agency in the country to use a new technology to help injured officers. The Automatic Injury Detection Panels fit on officers' vests and they can detect when an officer has been shot or stabbed. More Here.

February 10, 2017

Waze'd and Confused

Waze'd and Confused

Why are companies like Google offering the Waze app through their online app stores, without any regard for officer safety? It's hard to get a straight answer.

July 16, 2015

Police Product Test: Micro-Times Attic-Clear Camera Pole
Video: New Ford System Warns Officers of Rear Pedestrians

Video: New Ford System Warns Officers of Rear Pedestrians

Ford has added a new technology called "surveillance mode" to its 2014 Ford Police Interceptor sedan and P.I. Utility that alerts an officer when a pedestrian approaches the vehicle from behind to heighten the officer's tactical awareness.

July 19, 2013

APALS

APALS

The new APALS (All Purpose Adhesive Light Strip) by Brite-Strike—bright, light, and holds tight.

June 14, 2012

FBI to Add Violent Offender File to NCIC

FBI to Add Violent Offender File to NCIC

The FBI plans to add a "violent offender file" to its NCIC index in August to give field officers more information about the violent offenders who may attack them during a stop.

April 20, 2012

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