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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.

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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.

New Jersey Department Launches UAV Unit

The Cherry Hill Police Department announced on Thursday that it is launching a drone unit.

Project Lifesaver International Receives Prestigious International Humanitarian Award

Project Lifesaver International (PLI) has been awarded the Humanitarian Xcellence Award by the Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International for its use of DJI drones to locate missing persons.

My Technology Can...Give You Real-Time Aerial Visibility

Cape's Aerial Telepresence platform allows agencies to send drones to calls to gain valuable intelligence before officers arrive on scene.

Mexico City Police and Cape Announce Drone Integration Program to Improve Public Safety

As part of the program, drones equipped with the Cape Aerial Telepresence platform will be integrated into daily operations to improve aerial intelligence, including supporting security efforts at large public events like rallies, stadium productions, concerts, and other special events

Cape Works with FAA for Approval of First Beyond Visual Line of Sight Provision for Police Drone Program

The precedent-setting BVLOS provision is a major regulatory win for the entire U.S. drone industry. It will not only lay the groundwork for other public safety agencies, but also open the door for other industries to benefit from their successes.

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?

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Eyes in the Sky

The bad guys are exploiting piloted aerial video for criminal purposes at an unrestricted pace, undeterred by laws, costs, or public perception. Law enforcement must put on its cape with the big "S" and prevail in this video star wars.