Law Enforcement Technology
The magazine is written with the law enforcement manager in mind and concentrates on emerging trends and technological advances being made in the field of law enforcement as well as focuses on companies that provide leading product categories such as computers & software, uniforms & body armor, communications, vehicles, weaponry, forensics, training, tactical equipment and video imaging products.
In the fight against crime, it isn't always necessary to reinvent the wheel.
Evidence collection has benefited greatly from lasers.
Agencies are finding alternatives to the squad car can help them navigate the community.
Suggestions for improving your department without spending a lot of money.
Lidar is setting its aim on speed violators in congested traffic areas.
DNA evidence puts law enforcement hot on the perpetrator's trail in high-volume serial crimes.
Don't rely on the "multiple guess test."
Information exchanged through the Terrorist Screening Center raises the red flag on terror suspects.
How agencies have made strides to get guns out of the hands of juveniles.
Using public surveillance cameras to capture homicides and other crimes.
A one-stop shop for science, technology and law information.
That's the question facing police departments around the country.
Technology will help achieve the goal.
Navigating the digital imaging highway involves more than selecting a good camera; processing and authentication software and a solid printer help agencies complete the trip.
Handheld portable bullet-resistant shield designed to augment an officer's vest.
Segway Inc. has continued its courting of the law enforcement market with the launch of the company's next generation.
"What business is law enforcement in?"
Successfully linking law enforcement data between multiple agencies has become a reality.
An interview with Scott Barker.
Safety in America's schools — from truancy to sex crimes.