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FirstNet Launches 5G Service for First Responders

FirstNet Launches 5G Service for First Responders

The company says 5G connectivity on FirstNet will be "ideal for IoT and video intelligence solutions." Examples include being able to deploy cameras to the front gate of a stadium and screen attendees’ temperature to potentially help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and using 5G in an ambulance to transmit patient data back to the emergency room.

April 5, 2021

[Webinar] Under Pressure? Workforce Solutions for Your Department
Nov. 12 POLICE Technology Experience Focuses on CAD, RMS, and Jail Management Solutions
POLICE to Offer Special Series of Free Webinars on Law Enforcement Technology

POLICE to Offer Special Series of Free Webinars on Law Enforcement Technology

"With all of the law enforcement events cancelled in 2020, we recognize the need to shift how new technologies are being introduced to your departments during this critical 2021 planning and budgeting season. We also realize the social unrest in many communities and your everyday police duties make your time extremely limited," says Susan Freel, publisher of POLICE Magazine and

September 3, 2020

Axon Announces Technology for Quick Review and Release of Controversial Video
[WEBINAR] Speech Recognition Tech Extends How Officers Can Be Productive Anywhere
Jotto Desk Introduces the Mamba Mount for In-Vehicle Laptops

Hackers Steals Massive Trove of Police Files, Post Them Online

DDoSecrets said the BlueLeaks archive indexes “ten years of data from over 200 police departments, fusion centers and other law enforcement training and support resources,” and that “among the hundreds of thousands of documents are police and FBI reports, bulletins, guides and more.”

June 23, 2020

Getac Announces Fully Rugged 5G-Compatible Notebook
Webinar: Why Watertown Police Implemented Speech Recognition Technology
[Webinar] Police Leadership: Drive Productivity with Speech Technology

Verizon and Mutualink Partner to Help Improve Interoperability for First Responders

Together, Verizon and Mutualink are helping improve crisis response by enabling interoperable agency communications and information sharing for devices across different networks, ensuring first responders, public safety agencies, and private security personnel can share critical information when they need it most, the companies said.

May 4, 2020

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