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Reducing Fatal Overdoses With Technology

Dispatchers, police officers, sheriff's deputies, and first responders deal with the opioid crisis every day through answering 911 calls relating to unconscious or non-breathing individuals. Here's how technology can help reduce fatal overdoses.

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My Technology Can…Reduce Ticket Writing Time

Tyler Technologies' Brazos eCitation solution can speed up traffic stops, making officers safer and more efficient.

The Latest Law Enforcement Software 2019

Developers are producing a wide variety of useful police software solutions for desktops, laptops, and mobile devices.

40 Burglary Cases Closed Through Connecting Data

A spike in property crimes indicated the city of Clovis was under attack by a serial burglar. Using public safety software tools, law enforcement officials were able to gather data to connect each incident and bring the burglar to justice.

Brazos eCitation Solution

Brazos from Tyler Technologies is made to provide officers with a powerful data collection tool to use for their eCitation needs.

IACP 2017: Best of Show

Here's a look at the products that caught our eye at this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) show held at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Tyler Technologies to Bring Public Safety Tools to Samsung Smart Watch

Providing a wearable device helps improve access to mission-critical information for first responders without adding to the bulk of the devices they are already required to carry, the company says.

Citation Solutions

These products improve the ticketing experience through enhanced safety, comfort, and convenience.

New World Systems to Modernize Multi-Jurisdictional Sheriff's Office in Idaho

Emergency response officials in Bonneville County, ID, selected New World Systems to replace the county's outdated public safety software.

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Predictive Policing: Seeing the Future

Predictive policing is the computerized analysis of historical crime data from databases, record management systems, and other digital sources. Agencies have achieved a lot of great results using this tool, but experts say law enforcement agencies have just begun to scratch the surface of what the technology can do.