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Handheld Mobile Devices Gallery

Handheld Mobile Devices Gallery

Whether used for internet, phone calls, radio, or printing tickets, these tough handheld devices take police technology into the 21st century, making it easier for officers to issue citations, scan documents, and communicate. Designed to provide multiple solutions, each product is rugged enough to accomplish any number of tasks regardless of weather conditions.

November 30, 2016

IACP 2013: Products from the Show Floor

IACP 2013: Products from the Show Floor

At the IACP show these days there's the conventional stuff that you would expect to see at any law enforcement exposition and there's the stuff that seems to have dropped out of a science fiction movie. And it can be on the same aisle and even side by side; sometimes it can even be in the same booth.

January 3, 2014

Radio Equipment

Radio Equipment

Keep the lines of communication open with the help of new radio gear. View this gallery of products from leading vendors for law enforcement. Photos courtesy of vendors.

December 20, 2012

Motorola's Connected Patrol Car

Motorola's Connected Patrol Car

Motorola Solutions unveiled its concept of a next-generation patrol vehicle at a July press event that brings many new communications capabilities to field officers. Motorola's Chevy Caprice includes an LTE broadband modem, steering wheel controls for radio communication, and voice-command technology. Video processing technology optimizes in-car video streaming into and out of the vehicle.

August 5, 2011

IACP 2010 Products

IACP 2010 Products

Each year at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products roll out some of their most innovative offerings. The 2010 IACP show was no exception. Here's an overview of some of the most interesting products we saw at this year's IACP. For more coverage of the show, pick up our December issue.

December 6, 2010