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.
Just a few years ago, all rugged notebooks were typically subjected to a common set of tests, each designed to determine a product's ability to survive in the real world environments that are common to rugged computing. Now, with a wider variety...
The connection between human behavior and body chemistry is well-studied in labs, and sometimes makes its case in courts, as well.
One of the fundamentals of safety we teach our young ones is about what to do if they are on fire. Those four words — that most American preschoolers can recite if prompted — were likely taught to them by an officer or fireman during...
Law enforcement agencies reach across borders to teach tactics and better combat mass violence
Emergency access control and the first responder
The modern duty handgun is safe, dependable and durable. But for good measure, here are a dozen rule violations which can make a handgun less reliable:
1) Get bug repellent on a polymer gun
The rumors are true. DEET...
One year since police responded to a shooter, NIU's 'communiversity' can serve as a model for campus security
With television shows like "To Catch A Predator" the media has turned the sexual solicitation of children into entertainment, but it has also highlighted a new hic-cough in sociological change: The ease with which predators now reach their...
Emergency notification system best practices and
technologies continue to graduate
Training event expands reach
In testing the Savage Model 10FCP in .308 with a McMillan tactical stock and the proprietary Savage AccuTrigger, Law Enforcement Technology reviewers found a real value in terms of flexibility, accuracy and options.
Alternative concepts in training can engage more than the sworn-in
Girls and wealthier kids -- a growing segment of juvenile offenders
Technology for street patrol: Wireless communication, digital video recording and protection from the elements