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.
Last month, the cover of our issue erroneously showcased a tactical officer with his finger on the trigger, instead of outside of it. Though you cannot tell whether or not the weapon is loaded, the image portrays an unsafe action. While I...
Why does so little training exist for the most grim job in law enforcement?
Time-saving software makes scheduling and managing time off no sweat
Prevailing wisdom has it that crowds can be unpredictable even under the best of circumstances. Toss in a fire, a terrorist attack or some other kind of emotionally fraught incident (such as a hotly contested soccer match) and crowds can...
It's not very often that Glamour and Law Enforcement Technology have much in common, especially when it comes to accessories. However, the latest alcohol detection device for corrections was named on Glamour's Worst of 2007 celebrity...
What the Hanover County Sheriff's Office learned from the D.C. sniper investigation
Program trains detectives to help child victims find the words to describe their abuse
It pays to be vigilant in the fight against antibiotic-resistant super bugs
Law enforcement is becoming more and more clued-in when it comes to both technology and getting the most out of private-sector relationships and nothing could be smarter. One excellent example of turning to tech to catch a thief (not to...
Manufacturers meet the growing demand for better women's body armor with new designs, new technology and a unique line of new products
BMDTs and laptops: On the road to becoming standard issue in patrol vehicles