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Connecting Law Enforcement and Transportation to Improve Public Safety

By Rodell Notbohm

Every day law enforcement personnel respond to incidents on transit vehicles. In fact, in large metropolitan areas, it is not uncommon to see police officers and security guards on-site monitoring transit stations and vehicles.

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Nov/Dec 2011)
 

Police Get High-Tech Video Surveillance Boost in Dallas

 

Experienced police officers in Dallas keep a close watch on live video from 115 cameras connected via a real-time wireless mesh network, managed by sophisticated IP video surveillance software, located throughout three business districts in the busy Texas City.

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Nov/Dec 2011)
 

Law Enforcement Technology Video Surveillance

By Michael Stark

Police now have the ability to upload live streaming video from cellular phones as a crime-solving tool. Video analytics software allows a few trained personnel to monitor hundreds of cameras. This increases the amount of data available to law enforcement when responding to an incident, which makes them better prepared.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Sep 2011)
 

Maintaining Investigative Credibility

By Kris Pitcher

Law enforcement agencies need to ensure their UOF investigations are viewed as credible by their communities, civilian advocacy groups, oversight entities, politicians and reviewing prosecutors.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2011)
 

The Technology of Interoperability

By Susan Geoghegan

The use of wireless communications technology within the public safety sector continues to play a major role in creating safer communities. The companies covered in this article offer a variety of innovative solutions for improved communications.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2011)
 

Crisis Solutions from Verizon

By Susan Geoghegan

4G LTE provides interoperability with other radio systems, worldwide roaming capability, and peak rates that support advanced mobile services and applications. In 2010, Verizon Wireless launched the first large-scale 4G LTE network in 38 metropolitan areas and airports across the U.S., touted as the most advanced 4G network in America.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2011)
 

CCTV: State of the Art

By Susan Geoghegan

The use of CCTV technology in law enforcement has increased dramatically in the past decade, playing an important role in police investigations and court trials. Bolide, Pelco, Samsung Techwin and Virtual Surveillance are four leading companies that develop and manufacture quality video security systems and surveillance products.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2011)
 

How today’s intelligent video applications can improve public safety

By Marc Holtenhoff

Whether attempting to reduce crime in communities, defend the homeland, or deal with natural or manmade threats, public safety agencies at all levels are faced with significant challenges. To overcome them, many are implementing surveillance systems with intelligent video applications that automatically analyze video data to glean useful information.

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Jan/Feb 2011)
 

Industry News

By PSIT Staff

Public Safeyt IT Industry News

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Jan/Feb 2011)
 

Oncam Global’s security camera provides 360-degree situational awareness

 

Oncam Global Group AG introduced an addition to its in-house security technology capabilities: the Oncam IPZoom 360°, 5-megapixel camera and software that, when combined with a high-resolution co-located IP PTZ camera, enable security personnel to zero in on a detailed image of a specific “suspicious” person, object or event while an entire area continues to be surveilled.

(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Nov/Dec 2010)
 
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