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.
The changing face of forensic DNA analysis
The Los Angeles Regional Common Operational Picture Program
employs technologies to improve off-site emergency operations
With cell phones ringing everywhere, agencies need to know how to answer this new call of duty
Checklists and logs for the crime scene photographer
wireless tracking device not only aids law enforcement agencies monitoring offenders on house arrest or probation, it also provides a victim safety measure.
Grant funding and groundbreaking legislation help secure one of
...Worth a thousand words
In the following excerpt, Maj. Mike Copeland, chief deputy at the Franklin
County (Missouri) Sheriff's Department, sums up the value of information
sharing. It's a good read for police professionals looking to institute some
changes in the post-9/11...
In the "Art of War," Sun Tzu says those "whose ranks are united in purpose
will be victorious." But in the battle against crime and terrorism, unity with
the sharing of intelligence has been a challenge for law enforcement. While
The Law Enforcement National Data Exchange may revolutionize
I have to ask — why aren't more departments doing this?
When would anyone switch their firearm from dominant hand to non-dominant hand?
You've arrested someone for disorderly conduct, but he has no identification
on his person. How do you know if he has a medical condition impacting his
behavior, if he's wanted elsewhere or if he has a history of assaulting