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.
A low-power, realtime explosive trace sensor has emerged that is both highly selective and highly sensitive
I recently tested the Streamlight TLR-3 rail-mounted tactical LED light. In the tactical world, simpler is better. The TLR-3 proved itself an excellent addition to the tactical inventory.
The Streamlight TLR-3 is a 90-lumen, C4...
Youth attention spans
In any given timeframe, the toll of distractions begging our attention is hefty: the bell signaling a new e-mail, text messages, cell phone calls, follow alerts and friend requests.
Making the most out of an aerial unit
Remember the days when you had just finished a patrol shift, then returned to the police station and spent an hour or two writing a report? And how easy was it to retrieve a report when your supervisor needed it fast? Not very...
The ubiquitous, nearly unregulable access to e-Porn complicates fighting online porn addiction and offender monitoring
It is commonplace today to see one central interdisciplinary communications administration overseeing multiple agencies or multiple jurisdictions over a territory — statewide, county-wide or city-wide. In fact, the real beauty of such a...
In an emergency, IBW solutions help keep first responders connected both in and outdoors
As I write I am looking at photos of four dead police officers, all from the Lakewood (Wash.) Police Department (LPD). By the time this issue of Law Enforcement Technology hits the streets, the way these four officers were gunned down and...