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.
Lightning, as the didactic adage says, doesn't strike twice.
A friend recently called my attention to a story about an officer from Houston who helped a woman avoid being struck by a subway train during President Obama's...
When Pam Kinamore left work on a Friday evening, July 12, 2002, she never came home.
Four days later a Louisiana state worker discovered her body near the Baton Rouge Whiskey Bay Bridge. An autopsy revealed she had died...
National report identifies areas that science must redress and refurbish
Mobile crime labs allow evidence processing on scene and more
Click here to read "12 rules for off-duty conduct", an online extra to complement "The new off duty"!
In February 2006, Law Enforcement Technology published "12 rules for off-duty conduct," a primer on the transition between on-duty and...
Trends in telecommunications mobility and convergence have put the nation's 911 system at a crossroads. The growing market penetration of both mobile telephones and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony has underscored the...
Teen courts help communities get smart about being tough
Custom-designed teen court programs
Investigating 802.11 networks and the people who abuse them
Information sharing between the various levels of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies has historically been problematic. Both human and technological shortcomings have been blamed for the lack of meaningful sharing. The slow...