Last week dozens of law enforcement leaders (Delegates) met in Kansas City, MO, for the POLICE Technology eXchange (PTX).
The conference offered command-level and supervisory officers and technology specialists from agencies nationwide the opportunity to speak one-on-one with representatives from some of the top vendors of public safety tools and services. In addition, Delegates networked with each other during meals and outings.
Another feature of this year’s PTX was a series of breakout sessions where small groups of Delegates could listen to presentations of success stories and other essential information from Supplier Hosts of law enforcement technologies and services.
A special roundtable discussion was held on day two of PTX, where the Delegates talked about how technology can increase officer productivity in this era of thinning police ranks, overcoming community resistance to the implementation of new law enforcement technologies, and the difficulties agencies experience transitioning from legacy technologies.
All law enforcement PTX Delegates received full scholarships to attend the event, provided by POLICE Magazine and Policemag.com.
Supplier Hosts Participating in PTX included:
Aware, a global authentication company that validates and secures identities using leading edge adaptive biometrics.
Breacher Recruiting, a company that helps law enforcement agencies hire the best recruits and lateral transfers.
Cognyte, a global leader in investigative analytics software for law enforcement and other government agencies.
Dana Safety Supply, the nation’s largest public safety supplier with vehicle upfitting capabilities.
Fusus, makers of the Fusus Unified Intelligence Platform, which integrates and enhances public safety and investigation assets for law enforcement applications.
Insight LPR, makers of ALPR systems that feature the latest technologies for solving crimes.
InTime, makers of InTime Scheduling workforce management software for public safety.
i-Pro, makers of video evidence capture tools and support software to help law enforcement protect and save lives.
Sourcewell, our Procurement Partner, streamlines the acquisition of law enforcement equipment and technology.
Terrogence Global, a leading private intelligence company.
TrainCy, a training platform developer that offers instruction on how to handle cyber evidence and other digital challenges faced by patrol officers and investigators.
Traka, a leading provider of intelligent key and asset management solutions for law enforcement.
Utility, makers of a range of solutions for law enforcement, including body cameras, in-car video, ALPR, interview room video, and digital evidence management.
Veritone, developers of artificial intelligence systems for law enforcement, including stop data collection, video and audio redaction, ediscovery, and evidence management.
Verogen, offering next generation DNA sequencing for identification and forensic investigations, including forensic investigation genetic genealogy.
PTX 2024 is scheduled for May 6-8 in Louisville, KY. Visit www.PoliceTechnologyeXchange.com for more info, to apply to become a Delegate, or to become one of our Supplier Hosts in 2024.