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POLICE Survey: Law Enforcement and Technology

A dizzying variety of hardware and software tools are now available for police operations. But are they actually being used? We sent a special survey out to law enforcement officers to find out. Here's what we discovered.

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POLICE Webinar Focuses on Body Camera Data Storage Solutions

In the June 20 Webinar, Derrington will discuss the challenge of storing video data, finding a fluid storage solution that can accommodate increasing amounts of video, and the security of stored data.

PIN-Secured USB Flash Drive

CopQuest's secured PIN-enabled 16GB flash drive is designed to offer great access control for sensitive files.

Law Enforcement Consortiums: The New Face of Records Management

How can agencies survive budget costs and diminishing resources while still keeping their communities safe? Consortiums are quickly becoming the answer.

Bravo 4200-Series Disc Printers and Disc Publishers

Primera Technology's Bravo 4200 Series Disc Printers and Disc Publishers are designed to make it quick and easy to make copies of dash-cam videos and crime data for police department records.

License Plate Data Collection Raising Privacy Concerns

Law enforcement and private companies are collecting huge photo databases of license plate, time and location information for use as an investigative tool. But the use of license plate data is raising privacy concerns.

Relying On the Cloud

Finding and prosecuting threats to our communities is one of the more important examples of knowledge work in the world today. There is a growing urgency for us to leverage these technology trends within the law enforcement community.

NYPD Settles Stop-and-Frisk Database Lawsuit

The NYPD has agreed to stop keeping the names and addresses of people who've been targets of stop-and-frisks, a civil rights group announced Wednesday.

Vievu Announces Cloud-Based Storage for Public Safety

On-body video vendor Vievu has introduced a cloud-based storage service via Amazon Web Services that allows users to store, share, review, and access secure and encrypted video evidence for $10 a month per camera.

TASER Ships Axon Flex On-Body Cameras

TASER International, Inc. has begun shipping its Axon Flex on-body cameras to law enforcement agencies who will use the recording system to seamlessly capture video evidence from the officer's perspective.