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FirstTwo: Incident Intel at Your Fingertips

There is a staggering amount of information about people and places that can be harvested on the internet and through social media, if you know how to find it and compile it.

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iCitation Reporting App

The Thin Blue Line Reporting iCitation is a secure application that runs on a ruggedized iPad or iPhone. Citation data and evidence is synced to an FBI-CJIS compliant, U.S.-based cloud infrastructure.

SpeedCapture App

Compatible with iOS and Android, LTI's SpeedCapture app syncs to most Smartphones via Bluetooth to create an extremely compact traffic photo enforcement system.

Rapists Increasingly Using Dating Apps, Social Media to Lure Victims

Dallas Police say a growing number of predators who use social media and dating apps such as Tinder, Kik, PlentyOfFish, MocoSpace and MeetMe to prey on unsuspecting women.

Police Radios Transition into a New Era

Although they aren't as sexy as the other contemporary tools of law enforcement that make more headlines like body-worn cameras and high-tech forensics equipment, no technology is more vital to your mission than your communications equipment.

Mobile Field Interview App

The Haystax Mobile Field Interview Application is designed to streamline data entry for law enforcement agencies by providing an end-to-end digital data management system.

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.

Haystax Releases Mobile Field Interview Application for Law Enforcement

The Haystax Mobile Field Interview Application is designed to streamline data entry for law enforcement agencies by providing an end-to-end digital data management system. The new app auto-populates data and finds related cases, providing an enormous time savings.

Portable Crime Scene Management

CrimePad takes full advantage of the iPad's capabilities. The app can be used to record voice, capture video, and take non-evidentiary photos.

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Sheriffs Want Popular Police-Tracking App Disabled

Sheriffs are campaigning to pressure Google Inc. to turn off a feature on its Waze traffic software that warns drivers when police are nearby. They say the mobile app could put officers' lives in danger from would-be police killers who can find where their targets are parked.