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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?

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NYPD Replacing Handwritten Memo Books with Mobile Phone App

Officers with the New York Police Department will soon be putting down their pens and setting aside their hefty department-issued memo books in favor of a new mobile phone app that they will use to keep a detailed log of their daily activities on patrol.

Vehicular Cellular Signal Booster

Wilson Electronics' new weBoost Drive Reach is a powerful in-vehicle cellular signal booster designed to provide solid cellular connectivity in a wide range of vehicles.

LE Hardware 2019

These heavy-duty devices are built to withstand rough use in the field.

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.

How To Get the Most Out of Your Handheld Devices

Get to know your phones and tablets so you can take advantage of special features and know their limitations.

Assisted Patrol to Include Video and Audio Recording Capabilities

Assisted Patrol, a leading covert and bait product for cell phones and tablets, is adding new, powerful video and audio recording capabilities to its system.

Google to Use Text-to-Speech Technology for Emergency Calls on Pixels

Google is adding an automated text-to-speech feature to the Phone app on Pixel devices to make it easier to relay important information for emergency calls.

The Top 5 Facts About Public Safety Mobility

Curious about what mobility means in public safety? Check out this expert interview and find out what it means for law enforcement agencies and fire departments throughout the US.

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Riviera Beach (FL) PD Issues All Police Officers Smartphones on FirstNet

Riviera Beach Police Chief Michael Madden said, "In conjunction with our recent body camera deployment, we issued each of our Police Officers a smartphone on FirstNet, causing a major shift in the way we collect and share information imperative to our mission. It bridges many gaps on the technology forefront and drastically improves communications between first responders and with our community at large."