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By Nanavaty, Brian
The law enforcement classroom has dramatically changed: Electronic devices are everywhere as are the distractions from training. Solutions exist.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Mar 2014)
By Stephenie Slahor
Cloud computing offers new services, scalability and economy that may make “bricks and mortar” just about irrelevant. Minimizing risk, managing costs, and maximizing efficiencies and performance are all part of the cloud.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2014)
By Staff LAW and ORDER
The SpeedSet Duty Belt system from DutySmith is a radical departure in duty belt design. It uses a notched steel carrier with a soft rubber backing. The SpeedSet Duty Belt accepts all existing carriers and holders… or these current holders can be attached to the duty belt by adapters, or DutySmith brand carriers can be used.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order May 2014)
By Susan Geoghegan
The ability to effectively communicate and exchange data in real time is critical to public safety. In the past, agencies and neighboring jurisdictions operating on disparate systems could not perform at peak levels when responding to major incidents.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jul 2014)
By Brad Brewer
There are many options for voice and data communications that can piggyback on existing systems. What is even more impressive is how well vendors like Motorola and Harris have integrated the best of LMR and LTE in some very impressive packages.
(This article was originally published in Police Fleet Manager Sep/Oct 2014)
By Susan Geoghegan
Originally developed for the military, thermal imaging and night vision technology provides law enforcement with devices that allow them to assess their surroundings more effectively. Thermal imaging cameras measure the heat emitted by a person or object, making it especially useful in total darkness, or in conditions obscured by fog, smoke, rain, or snow.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jan 2015)