For Android comes with pre-programmed and indexed phrases by subjects, like basic questions, routine traffic stops, traffic or driving violations, field sobriety tests, lost child, domestic disputes and interrogation. Use the “flash cards” to study on the fly.
#2: First Aid
This Android tool helps you follow the right procedures in a stressful situation or give instructions to someone else. Search illustrations, video and short text that show how to take action step by step and in the right order.
#3: Law Stack
Is that a legal library in your pocket? Law Stack has sections on the Constitution, federal rules for civil, criminal, appellate procedure, rules of evidence, U.S. Code, plus Code of Virginia and other states.
Just some Tylenol you say? This product can be useful when you need to accurately identify pills and quickly reference different medications in the field.
#5: U.S. Cop
960 pages of all-in-one police-palooza! Bone up on investigations, training, pill ID, commonly abused prescription medications, and more. The app includes a case law database covering subjects like probable cause, use of force, pursuit and the cavity search (always a party favorite).
Know your Celica from your Corolla. The V.I.S. app provides a fast reference tool on patrol or while interviewing witnesses. Search an extensive database of front, side and back vehicle images of almost every make and model released in the last decade.
The app from InterAct lets federal, state and local LE access critical information including FBI databases, state motor vehicle files and photos, and agency records for making more informed decisions in the field. (Android)
Self-contained and password-protected, this app was based on the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s annual CD report and draws from more than 15,000 problematic websites, social networking pages, forums, online games and apps.
This At-Scene product is a forensic whiz. Gather evidence, take notes and categorize case files with one device. Securely upload evidence and data via secure FIPS-compliant servers to your RMS or CAD systems.
This one is for law enforcement only. Scan license plates and compile LPR vehicle location date records; do NVLS vehicle location lookups from your Android; receive hit alerts against national NVLS hot-list records. One user called this app “amazingly accurate.”
Provides a quick and simple reference to various communications signals, such 10/11 codes, Morse code, phonetic alphabet, police codes, Q-signals and more.
#12: Swiss Army Knife
It’s not your father’s knife. The app contains a set of tiny tools like a flashlight, ruler, timer stop watch, compass and bubble level.
(Wireless information system for emergency responders) assists first responders at hazardous material incidents. Find accurate information about hazardous substances, emergency resources and surrounding environmental conditions.
#14: Cargo Decoder
Find out what’s in that truck or tanker next to you on the highway. Enter the 4-digit number from the DOT placard to learn about a material and see details from the 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG 2008). Available for Android. (A 2012 edition is expected soon.)
#15: Tiny Flashlight
Though you’ve probably already got a real one, this little light offers a surprisingly decent wattage in a pinch.
#16: Police Codes
Will list those digits you spent all that time learning in the academy. Search medical/fire codes, police 10 codes, police 11 codes and scanner color codes at your fingertips.
Forget your dog-eared Implied Consent Card; pull up field sobriety test instructions and a .08 chart on your iPhone in seconds (flashlight optional).