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Traffic Enforcement

Scout 2

Decatur Electronics’ latest handheld radar, the Scout 2, offers the law enforcement profession advanced features at an economical price.

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Patrolling on Halloween: Keeping Kids Safe in the Streets

After being all but cancelled due to the global pandemic in 2020, Halloween—the biggest costume party on the planet—is once again upon us. Police officers nationwide are preparing to protect kids of all ages from themselves, each other, and all manner of potential public safety threats.

Philadelphia to Start Hiring Unarmed, Unsworn Traffic Enforcement Officers

In March of 2020, Mayor Jim Kenney committed $1.9 million in funding to the Philadelphia Police Department to create a class of about 20 ​​Public Safety Enforcement officers. But officials hit pause on the plan last year, blaming the pandemic. At that time, officials hoped the officers would roll out this year.

The Value of Motor Units

Because of the speed and maneuverability of their vehicles, motorcycle officers are mainstays of traffic enforcement.

Decatur G3

The G3 by Decatur Electronics is the most competitively priced police radar in the market. It is loaded with fundamental, easy-to-use features.

Minneapolis Police to No Longer Make Stops for Minor Violations

Police Chief Medaria Arrandondo, in an internal memo Thursday, said the move comes after examining how officers can better use time and resources.

Ekin Patrol G2

Ekin Patrol G2 is a high-tech, mobile enforcement device that performs license plate recognition, speed, and parking violation detection on the move simultaneously and in up to seven lanes.

Supreme Court Rules Tribal Police Can Detain Non-Natives who Violate State or Federal Laws

The unanimous ruling overturned lower courts that said a Crow police officer should not have held a nontribal member who was found to have drugs and weapons in his truck.

Is Your Agency Ready for Stop Data Collection Requirements?

More and more states are mandating that law enforcement officers record demographic information and other details about the people they stop.

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Minneapolis Suburb to Turn Some Traffic Enforcement Duties Over to Unarmed Personnel

The resolution also limits situations in which officers can make arrests and requires more de-escalation efforts by police before using deadly force. In addition, a new Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention would be formed to oversee efforts on community health and public safety, led by a director with public health expertise.

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