The public safety super phone

What the law enforcement—and public safety network in general—offer police that commercial carriers cannot is the ruggedized equipment built to public safety standards


Thales will be submitting its handheld device and equipment for review and certification this fall and plans to have equipment available next year.

The future of smartphones for cops

With two large companies investing significant time, development and resources into a phone purpose-built for LE, there are sure to be other companies to follow. What the law enforcement—and public safety network in general—offer police that commercial carriers cannot is the ruggedized equipment built to public safety standards, as well as the security and compatibility with the as-yet-to-be launched public safety broadband networks.

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