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LAPD Uses UAV for First Time in Koreatown Standoff

Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department deployed an unmanned aerial vehicle for the first time during a standoff between SWAT and a robbery suspect in Koreatown late last week.

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They're Watching Your Aircraft

The bad guys can track law enforcement aircraft in flight using a variety of readily available tools.

British Police Investigate Drone Incursion at Heathrow Airport

Departures were halted at Heathrow Airport just west of London on Tuesday due to a reported drone incursion into the airspace.

British Police Release 2 Arrested Following Gatwick Airport Drone Intrusion

Police in the United Kingdom have released two people—who have not yet been identified—arrested after an incursion of at least one drone into the airspace of Gatwick airport last week.

NYPD Deploying 14 Drones, Activists Oppose Plan

"Drone technology will give our cops and their incident commanders an opportunity to see what they're getting into before they go into harm's way," NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan said Tuesday. "This can now get us a lot closer into areas that a helicopter wouldn't be able to get into.”

Can You Legally Counter a Drone?

What can you do to protect the public and yourself from drones?

Guardians in the Sky

Now that the FAA has relaxed its regulations for commercial drone operation by public safety agencies, more and more police departments want to add this tool to their capabilities.

Dallas Police Ask City Council for Permission to Acquire, Deploy Drones

The Dallas (TX) Police Department recently made their case to that city's Public Safety and Criminal Justice Committee that the use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for missions such as search and rescue would benefit the city.

E10T UAV Thermal Imaging and Video Camera

Yuneec International has expanded its UAV payload offering with the E10T advanced thermal camera.

Senate Passes Legislation That Could Allow Federal Officers to Shoot Down Civilian UAVs

The United States Senate on Wednesday passed the "FAA Reauthorization Act" which—among other things—could allow federal law enforcement officers to shoot down privately owned drones.