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U.S. Adds Chinese Drone Maker DJI to "Entity List"

Companies on the entity list are legally prohibited from acquiring access to U.S technologies without specially approved licenses.

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AEE Technology Adds a Voice to Officers’ Eyes in the Sky

AEE’s Mach 4 Drone is a stable, reliable UAV designed to assist police and fire agencies in protecting the public. When bundled with their Thunderhorn Megaphone, agencies have a powerful tool for crowd control and rescue operations.

Man Arrested Over Drone Striking LAPD Helicopter

Despite evasive efforts, the drone struck the helicopter, forcing the pilot to initiate an emergency landing. The drone damaged the helicopter's nose, antenna and bottom cowlings, according to court papers.

What Police Commanders Need to Know About Implementing a Drone Program

Once you've determined what you want out of your drone program, you must then develop polices and procedures.

U.S. AG Barr Says Federal Officers can Destroy Threatening Drones

The guidance says the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency, Bureau of Prisons and other Justice Department agencies can intercept communications from a threatening drone or destroy it without prior consent.

Things to Consider Before Buying Drones for Your Agency

Unmanned aircraft systems offer many benefits to law enforcement agencies but only if properly trained personnel are using the right tools for the job and best practices are followed.

IACP 2019: Report from the Aisles

Innovative new body cameras, radios, and training simulators were among the stars of this year's show.

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.

South Carolina Department Announces Acquisition of UAVs

The Georgetown (SC) Police Department announced on Facebook that it has acquired two new unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to assist in used for search and rescue operations as well as traffic collision reconstruction, active shooter incidents, crowd control, surveillance operations, and hazardous material incidents.

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FLIR Announces Industry’s First Multi-Gas Detector for Unmanned Aerial Systems

The MUVE C360 will transform how emergency response teams approach chemical, industrial, or environmental incidents by providing a new level of safety, dramatically reducing time to action, and delivering a more complete assessment in situations where every second counts. The C360 is currently compatible with the DJI Matrice 210 UAS platform.