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.
Deputies, officers, clerks and volunteers all seem to have the same two questions when it comes to law enforcement paperwork. The first is, "Where do I find that form?" Which is immediately followed by, "Is this the most recent version of that...
Children are more vulnerable than ever to predatory grooming via portable multimedia devices
Criminal justice agencies step up to the environmental plate
The synergy concept says the sum of any given combination is greater than the sum of its individual parts. When the Law Enforcement Technology testing team mounted a Leupold 1x14mm Tactical Prismatic Riflescope on a Kel-Tec SU-16, the result...
Drug enforcers predict decreased Byrne funding will turn Operation Byrne Blitz into Operation Byrne Bust
New material aids investigators in lifting trace evidence
In its fourth year of serving the law enforcement community, the national conference moves to Columbus, Ohio, August 12 to 13
Getting a driver's attention today can be nearly impossible. Loud music, cell phones, fans blowing and maybe even children bickering in the backseat distract today's drivers. With the Rumbler Intersection-Clearing System, Federal Signal makes...
A report for the forensic and technical investigator
Vehicle ergonomics consists of more than equipment design - it involves the officer as well
Recently, television personality Nancy Grace, along with the rest of the national media, grabbed onto a story originating in the area where I live. The case involved a 20-year-old female Marine who was 8 1/2-months pregnant when she disappeared...
Trends in armored vehicles reflect security concerns in a post-9/11 SWAT force
You know you're growing "older" — let's make that more mature — when you find yourself uttering the things you promised you'd never say. For instance, my husband continually rants about the "hooligans" next door, while I echo my...