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.
Emergency notification systems and the confusion surrounding them
Advances in video surveillance technology lets Big Brother zoom in
In the LAPD, high-tech gizmos are increasing efficiency and boosting the ranks
Flash-Ball is not something from those paintball weekends. It's one of the newest less-lethal firearms to emerge. This one, from France, is used primarily for behavior modification — to neutralize combative individuals or to disperse riot...
Virginia Tech incident puts emphasis on active shooter response
His name was Candido Suarez. A former U.S. Marine, he came to this country as a Cuban refugee at the age of five and settled in New Jersey. Growing up, he met and married another Cuban-born citizen, Liliana, known as Lily.
When there are no trees to hide behind, body bunkers provide tactical protection
Piecing together the construction of soft body armor
A practical and cost-effective guide to building the ultimate crime scene photographer's toolkit
Everyone in law enforcement understands mobile data and the value of having access to mission-critical information in the field. While there have been several mobile data advancements the past decade, few have created as much buzz in the...
When firearms, protective vests, holsters, flashlights and safety equipment are in discussion, they catch attention. But what are officers carrying besides safety equipment? The items in cargo pockets, shirt pockets and on the duty belt also...
As community populations increase, agencies find creative ways to stretch budgets without compromising safety and security on the homefront
What you really need to do is prevent something like this from happening," says Tom Turner, director of campus safety at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, of the April 16th Virginia Tech massacre.
Lt. Dan Marcou, a retired officer...
Understanding how a gunman thinks could help law enforcement prevent another shooting tragedy