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How the Sacramento PD Uses Mini Drones on Patrol

How the Sacramento PD Uses Mini Drones on Patrol

In a video produced by the department, Officer John Azevedo, UAS unit, discusses the department's indoor UAS program. Not only does it have mini drones, but it also make use of micro-drones, which are small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

January 20, 2021

U.S. Adds Chinese Drone Maker DJI to "Entity List"

FBI Signs $92 Million Contract with FirstNet, AT&T

The FBI is expanding its usage of FirstNet, awarding AT&T a mobility contract for additional FirstNet capabilities to support the FBI’s day-to-day and emergency operations. The agreement, valued at approximately $92 million, is the largest commitment to FirstNet by a law enforcement or public safety agency.

December 9, 2020

Brother Announces Key Alliance with Getac to Produce Public Safety Bundle

Brother will provide field-ready printer and accessory bundles that include the popular Brother PocketJet full-page mobile printer, the ruggedized RuggedJet 4" thermal receipt and label printer, and Brother’s newly introduced high-speed industrial barcode label printers. These enterprise-grade bundles will be paired with Getac’s devices including laptops and tablets.

December 7, 2020

MS Police Department Wants Access to Private Video Surveillance Systems Such as Doorbell Cameras
Nov. 18 POLICE Technology Experience Focuses on Crime Analysis and Facial Recognition Tools
OTTO Launches New Thin Blue Line and American Flag Speaker Microphones in Support of Police
Nov. 12 POLICE Technology Experience Focuses on CAD, RMS, and Jail Management Solutions
New Axon Features Focus on Transparency and Officer Development

New Axon Features Focus on Transparency and Officer Development

More than 200 engineers from across nearly every team in the company came together to build the new features, which are designed to facilitate agencies in increasing transparency, capturing truth, and supporting officer development.

October 28, 2020

Monday's Session of FREE Online POLICE Technology Experience Focuses on Officer Efficiency Tools
Portland Activist Plans to Use Facial Recognition to ID Police
First Sessions of the Free POLICE Technology Experience to Focus on Body Cameras, Recording Policies