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Genetec to Showcase New LE Solutions at IACP

Citigraf is one of several solutions Genetec will be showing at IACP 2018. Photo: Genetec

At IACP 2018, in booth #2701, Genetec Inc., will showcase a comprehensive portfolio of products designed to enable communities and law enforcement agencies to foster greater collaboration through technology and to build-out Strategic Decision Support Centers (SDSC) designed to meet local neighborhood requirements.

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Google and RapidSOS Now Provide Emergency Location for 911 Calls Nationwide

RapidSOS is partnering with Google to deliver life-saving 911 caller location information to public safety agencies nationwide. With the U.S. activation of Android Emergency Location Service (ELS), emergency communications centers using the free RapidSOS Next Generation 911 (NG911) Clearinghouse will now receive faster and more accurate caller location for 911 calls from Android devices.

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FBI Turns 3 Hackers into Assets Assisting in Anti-Hacking Investigations

Three convicted hackers—22-year-old Paras Jha, 21-year-old Josiah White, and 22-year-old Dalton Norman—continue to cooperate with the FBI on cybercrime and cybersecurity matters, as well as continued cooperation with and assistance to law enforcement and the broader research community, according to a DOJ press release.

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Twitco Announces Parmarlow WIS-200

The Parmarlow WIS-200 System includes the wireless receiver and transmitter units and a dual...

Twitco Distributing has introduced the next generation Parmarlow Wireless Interview System. The Body Worn Receiver and Transmitter are less than half the size of the previous WIS-100 units.

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U.S., 4 Other Nations Call for Lawful Access to Encrypted Mobile Device Data

Following officials’ annual meeting, known as the Five Country Ministerial (FCM), it was agreed there is an “increasing gap” between the ability of police to access data and the ability to “acquire and use the content of that data” in the courts. Nations complained end-to-end encryption—used in apps such as WhatsApp and Telegram—is also used by terrorists and criminals.