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.
"We are sacrificing hometown security for homeland security."
This statement is a quote from Trenton, New Jersey, Mayor Douglas Palmer as printed in the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) publication, "Chief Concerns: A...
After investigating a homicide for four years, Det. Sgt. Mike Brower had run out of leads. His luck changed, however, when the Utah County Sheriff's Office became part of a data sharing system connecting 14 different public safety agencies...
Grant funding gives law enforcement the opportunity to cash in on groundbreaking technologies
Testing a firearm is a lot like getting to know someone. The longer one spends with it, the more acquainted one becomes. Steyr Arms let Law Enforcement Technology test its Steyr Elite for about a year. Firing hundreds of rounds through it...
Michigan departments take technology on the road
Records management and data sharing goes electronic
New intelligence network fosters information sharing among southwestern Pennsylvania departments
Individual officers can make a difference saving lives
Storm devastation can't kill the creative spirit of the New Orleans Police Department
How to keep news-hungry media fed
Law enforcement conventions often are gatherings sponsored or convened by private businesses to benefit enforcement professionals. If they are successful, everyone leaves with something. If poorly planned, they look like an infomercial...
Electronic learning tools make it easier for training managers
A novel means of print detection may be a golden opportunity to improve fingerprinting processes. Why is no one paying attention?
A recent conversation with Professor Ehud Keinan not only gave me much food for thought, but also made me look at the issue of improvised explosives in a completely different way.
First, let me tell you who Keinan is. Here's his...
Looking for solutions in all the right places
Technology helps officers keep traffic moving in New York City
No one can predict when the next hate crime will occur, but being informed can help law enforcement extinguish the terror in victims and communities throughout the nation
About the Company: Princeton Gamma-Tech Instruments is a leading supplier of X-ray and Gamma-ray Detectors and Spectroscopy systems, portable Radioisotope Identifiers, and portable Chemical Analyzers. We serve a broad customer base in scientific research...