Police departments need support in the fight to decrease traffic related fatalities. Learn how new speed awareness equipment and technologies can help. Kustom Signals is hosting a free online webinar to discuss speed enforcement solutions on Thursday, October 6th at 11AM Central. If the webinar time doesn’t work out for your schedule, we’ll be sending […]
In New York City, there is a dearth of police officers on the payroll. Everyone is lining up for retirement funds or they are simply resigning. This does stem partly from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, after the baby boomer generation fully retires, we can expect to see this happening across a variety of industries throughout […]
Dash cams are fast becoming standard equipment in both police and civilian vehicles. Dash cams can help reduce crime by providing a dependable and credible eyewitness in a wide range of situations. No matter what happens, this ‘silent witness’ is always there, ready to help. Here are just five ways police dash cams help reduce […]
RADAR (Radio Detection And Ranging) is the most common method of checking speed, with about 100,000 in use nationwide. It is the tool of choice by most traffic police officers, but how does it work? A RADAR gun works by sending a signal to a passing vehicle, and the signal bounces back and returns to […]
In recent years, technological advancements have provided a variety of tools that offer much needed help for law enforcement. Particularly at a time when police departments tend to be understaffed, these types of technologies offer ways to extend their law enforcement capabilities. While tools like RADAR and LIDAR are designed to prevent the bad driving […]
As someone working in law enforcement, it pays to understand predictive behavior. Knowing about the top causes of traffic deaths, that are not related to speeding, is one such area to focus on. It is important to identify and predict if a driver is likely to be in a non-speeding fatal accident. Causes of Traffic […]
Recent surveys have shown that around half of Americans say that they want more spending on police in their area. Read this article to find out the details.
Facial recognition is currently one of the main tech trends in policing. In this article, we look at how law enforcement agencies from across the world have been incorporating it into practice.
The relationship between big tech and policing relationship can be a double-edged sword: while the information gathered and stored by big tech companies is invaluable to law enforcement, it also opens up new questions and concerns about privacy and security.