The Kansas Department of Transportation’s Traffic Safety Section is holding a two-week seatbelt enforcement rally which will target teen drivers and their occupants. Statistics released by the Department of Transportation disclosed that Kansas lost 43 teens (ages 13 to 19) in 2012 as a result of vehicular crashes, with 74% of those teens not properly restrained. The statistic improved in 2013 with 33 teen deaths and 57% unrestrained. All but one of the unbelted passengers was ejected from the vehicle. “We continue to move the numbers in the right direction when education and enforcement are priorities of law enforcement.”
Gulf Traffic 2013 is a dedicated event for the Road, Public Transport and Parking industries in the MENA region, bringing together some of the leading suppliers from all corners of the globe. This conference gives us the opportunity to meet with targeted audiences wanting to witness and source the latest trends and technologies. By attending Gulf Traffic, you will have the opportunity to view innovative RADAR, LIDAR, video and speed awareness technologies available through Kustom Signals, Inc.
Kustom Signals, along with our other Public Safety Equipment companies, will be attending the 18th Worldwide Exhibition of Internal State Security, Milipol, in Paris, November 19th through 23rd, 2013. The Milipol exhibition seeks to bring together the companies and government departments responsible for the safety and security of people and assets.
Kustom Signals, Inc. is proudly launching its latest digital evidence management database solution: Eyewitness Data VaultTM. Influenced by nearly 25 years supplying leading in-car video solutions to law enforcement, the Eyewitness Data Vault offers unmatched configurability and can satisfy and support the needs of any agency. Eyewitness Data Vault can be used from a single workstation with several users to a large scale Enterprise class solution with thousands of users and multiple ingestion sites.
Kustom Signals will be attending the 17th International Homeland Security Exhibition, Interpolitx, in Moscow from October 22 through 25th, 2013.
The Herald Sun News out of Australia has reported the Victoria Police’s efforts to boost anti-speeding initiatives. Having recently purchased forty new handheld laser devices, police will continue their efforts to increase enforcement of speed limits and public safety as a result.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Officer Appreciation Reception on Friday evening, June 21, 2013.
On March 7, 2013, Chief James Winstead II of the Blaine Police Department in Tennessee was in his cruiser on his way to City Hall when he received the call that a white, Nissan Altima had been flagged to pull over and refused. Officers were in pursuit. The Altima was headed towards town, so the Chief continued to City Hall to act as back up. Read the details and watch the video clip following.