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.
It's a classic case of "Do as I say, not as I do." I recently told my soon-to-be-licensed, 16-year-old daughter that if I caught her making calls or texting with her cell phone while driving, I would take her wheels away.
Federal share-the-wealth programs help agencies stretch those shrinking tax dollars to the max
Figuring out jurisdictional issues in cases of identity theft can be a nightmare. Many law enforcement agencies don't have the personnel to pursue these complicated cases or lack officer training in this arena. Recently, I spoke to some ID theft...
How service provider data fits into the larger mobile-evidence picture
Forensic evidence plays a major role in bringing animal abusers to justice
When the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) conducts sustained surveillance of marijuana grow fields, they need video systems that not only produce high-quality images, but that also tolerate rain, humidity and temperature fluctuations...
Imagine a crime scene's evidence lay just below, at the bottom of a lake — not the optimal environment for evidence discovery and retrieval. An investigator brings out a submersible remote-operated vehicle (ROV) and sends it into the murky...
To help solve more crimes, one sheriff's office overhauled its forensics unit and brought a new technology on board
What factors have lead adolescents into a pharm frenzy?
Emergency communications operator training keeps dispatchers from freezing up when they're needed the most
Education prevents spread of viral urban legends
July is eye injury prevention month. Learn which products help officers see more safely
Public safety incidents, by their very nature, can change from routine to critical in an instant. As most law enforcement officers will attest, they must be able to think and act quickly in order to protect citizens and fellow officers alike...
Video forensics tools reveal hidden evidence within video surveillance footage