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NYPD Unveils App to Give Officers Access to LGBTQ+ Resources

Dubbed, the LGBTQIA+ resource map application, the app will give field officers searchable access to community centers, advocacy organizations and other resources.

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First Look: Zoll Medical’s Lifesaving Combo

The Mobilize system includes emergency medical tools and an app that instructs officers how to use them when needed.

2022 Innovative LE Leaders: Colorado Chief Provides Digital Support for Victims and Officers

A chance meeting with a local software developer led Sheridan Police Chief Jeffrey A. Martinez to supply officers with apps for victim and peer support.

New App Cuts Response Time to Active Shooter Attacks

Hero911 tells all police in the area when a teacher or other user of the corresponding app, SchoolGuard, sends an active shooter alert.

Phone App Created by Law Enforcement Leads to 800 Arrests in Multiple Nations

Led by the FBI, Australian police and numerous European law enforcement agencies, the investigation gave the officials a window into the conversations of criminal networks, as people planned illegal drug shipments, plotted robberies and put out contracts for killings.

RoIP and Interoperability Gateway

Omnitronics' proven RoIP Gateway IPR400 has undergone a complete transformation to become a combined 2in1 Interoperability Gateway and RoIP Gateway.

Wisconsin Department to Test Mobile App for Non-Emergency Reports

The Oshkosh (WI) Police Department announced plans to enable citizens to use a mobile app to report non-emergency incidents to the agency.

Waverly Labs: Breaking Language Barriers

Waverly Labs' Ambassador over-the-ear interpreter lets officers communicate in multiple languages using a smartphone.

The Top 5 Facts About Public Safety Mobility

Curious about what mobility means in public safety? Check out this expert interview and find out what it means for law enforcement agencies and fire departments throughout the US.

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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.

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