Recently, POLICE asked some of the leading producers of law enforcement tools and solutions to tell us about their latest products and what they are developing for 2021. This special report is a collection of their responses.
In the POLICE Special Report: Fleet Management & Upfitting, read about How to Get the Most Out of Your Telematics Solution, Building a New Fleet Facility, Testing the Latest Police Patrol Vehicles, Making the Case for Fleet Software, Justifying the Purchase of Armored Vehicles, and How Inmate Labor Can Benefit Fleet Shops.
The key to providing the best protection to the public is by implementing the proper equipment. With first-responder networks, agencies are able to successfully communicate during emergencies. Here are the best practices to consider when implementing a first-responder network for your agency.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Software & Mobile Apps, read about How the Newest Software is Increasing Officer Efficiency, Helps Detectives Close Cases, and Enhances Officer Safety; Cloud-Based Policy and Training Management Tools; The Next Generation of Law Enforcement Software; and Putting Telematics to Work for Departments.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Keeping Schools Safe, learn about building police-school relationships, how readers would make schools safer, why you have to go in, crowd control, tactical medical response, and staging a school shooting response drill.
In POLICE Magazine’s Special Report: Mission Critical Communications, learn about the new role of radios on duty, first responder networks, advancements in 911 call center technology, cyber security, getting grant funding for communications equipment, and how to work with dispatchers.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how hardware and software enhance officer safety, what you need to know about the cloud, how to handle software implementation, how laptops and tablets compare, and useful law enforcement apps.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how response to civil disturbances can incorporate the use of less-lethal weapons, bicycles, body-worn cameras, and public order teams.
In this special report from POLICE Magazine, you'll learn about how to buy software, successful software installation, measuring your agency's return on investment, and useful law enforcement apps.
As many law enforcement agencies move to obtain and deploy body-worn cameras, it is important that the administrators of these agencies develop detailed policies that govern the use of these devices.
Tracking bad guys on the Net takes the experience of a detective and the know-how of a tech head.
Teamwork between the vendor and the buying agency is critical for successful software implementation.