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Axon Rolls Out New Hardware and Software Features

The company’s Sprint for Justice program is designed to improve training, performance, and transparency.

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NFL's Packers Help Buy Body Cameras for Green Bay Police

Green Bay's five-year agreement with Axon is for the hardware, software and training included in the company's Officer Safety Plan. Total value is $3.6 million.

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.

Axon Announces Technology for Quick Review and Release of Controversial Video

Axon has announced several new technology solutions to address the issues now confronting police and the people they serve and protect.

New Technologies Help Agencies Do More with Less

Many law enforcement agencies are struggling to do the same job with fewer officers. These tools can make officers more productive, keep them safer, and give them more time on the streets.

Using Electronic Control Weapons

Your agency's policy needs to specify in what situations ECWs can be used and the responsibilities of officers for gathering evidence after use.

Making Your Agency Ready for Next-Gen Communications

The development of dedicated and secure first responder cellular networks has the potential to revolutionize police communications. Is your agency ready?

Axon Sues Federal Trade Commission Over Vievu Merger Complaint

Rick Smith, Axon's CEO, says the lawsuit will not have any effect on the company's ability to provide law enforcement agencies with video evidence capture and management tools and less-lethal weapons. "Typically these things take two to four years to sort out," he explains.

IACP 2019: New Video Systems Offer Enhanced Capabilities and Features

Digital evidence capture systems were once again one of the hottest product categories at IACP.

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Q&A: Axon's Rick Smith on the End of Deadly Force

Axon CEO Rick Smith is known for thinking and speaking about the next generation of technology. Now he is predicting that less-lethal weapons can almost eliminate fatal officer-involved shootings by 2030.