Technology

  • 2013: A law enforcement odyssey

    As times change, so do approaches to policing. Since the days of handheld radios the size of bricks, handwritten reports and bulging metal file cabinets housing manila case file folders, modern law enforcement has gone digital, biometric and analytical...

    Article • June 12th, 2013

  • Interoperability - More Than Just Communications

    Interoperability became a hot topic after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 as we all tried to address communication challenges. A lot has changed since then. Watch this webinar and see what challenges your agency may be facing that you're not...

    Webinar • May 24th, 2013

  • APCO has Apps

    Dragonforce. ERG. Hybrid Vehicle Extrication. Adopt-a-Hydrant. All these apps and more exist in the technological world public safety works in. Now, thanks to APCO, you can find them all in one place.

    Article • May 17th, 2013

  • Bombs at the finish line: what’s next?

    T he month of April was precarious to say the least. We as a country are still reeling from the bombing in Boston, the images of chaos and bags filled with runners’ unclaimed belonging at the finish line still fresh in our memories. As of 6:00 a.m...

    Article • May 15th, 2013

  • Texters hitting 'send' for help

    During the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007, multiple text messages were sent to 911: none were received. Following Hurricane Sandy in 2012, hundreds of citizens attempted unsuccessfully to reach 911 via text. Why has it taken us this long to support such...

    Article • May 15th, 2013

  • Putting Mobile Device Evidence To Work

    If you think mobile forensics is only about getting the incriminating text messages, images or emails from the device, think again.

    Article • May 8th, 2013

  • The Future of Police: Into Darkness

    Over the past fifty years we've seen what used to be science-fiction become science-fact far faster than the writers originally imagined. What should we expect to see in the next 100-150 years?

    Blog • May 8th, 2013

  • Thermal Imager Played Big Role in Bombing Manhunt

    The FLIR camera located Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, even though he was hiding inside a covered boat.

    Article • April 23rd, 2013

  • Phoenix Police Department Hits the Streets With VIEVU’s Wearable Cameras

    The Phoenix Police Department is now among VIEVU’s 3000 customers using the wearable cameras.

    Press Release • April 16th, 2013

  • Software systems, unite!

    Tiburon has integrated RMS to corrections management software

    Press Release • April 16th, 2013

  • Draw and order

    The practice of using police composite drawings has not changed much in the 125 years it has been used to help identify perpetrators of serious crimes. Though practitioners of forensic composite art are skilled, the craft is still inexact at best...

    Article • April 16th, 2013

  • Cameras amp up efficiency

    NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, COURTS AND CORRECTIONS  STREAMLINES PROCESSES AND SAVES MONEY Technology is dramatically reshaping criminal justice systems across the United States, making procedures more efficient and reducing costs. Local...

    Press Release • April 16th, 2013

  • The road to progress

    How would you feel if you went in for your state licensing exam to become a dog groomer and failed? You studied all the styling standards for different breeds. You know your grooming styles for different breeds. You know how to bathe the dogs to...

    Article • April 16th, 2013

  • IACP Seeks to Sway Public on Unmanned Aircraft

    IACP Aviation Committee Chairmain Capt. Don Roby says departments must enlist the public's help.

    News • April 9th, 2013

  • WILL IT SURVIVE: Scott Robertson Torture Tests the Nightstick TAC-300 Tactical Flashlight

    WILL IT SURVIVE: World Champion Trick & Exhibition Shooter Scott Robertson and his 12 Gauge Shotgun, torture tests the Nightstick TAC-300B Tactical Flashlight. You have to see this to believe it. The question is, will it survive?

    Video • April 8th, 2013

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