Besides being the smallest mounted RADAR on the market, the Eagle 3 comes with a wide array of features that make the enforcing of speed limits a much easier task. Speedy drivers, beware.
In the first few weeks of the COVID-19 lockdown, the roads and highways were almost unrecognizable. Usually bursting with traffic as commuters made their way to and from work, many streets were all but empty, save for the occasional essential worker heading to the hospital. Why, then, did we see such a dramatic increase in speeding-related deaths?
With its compact size, directional capability, and reliable performance, Kustom Signals’ Raptor RP-1 is one of the most popular speed detection radars on the market. This article will explore some of the key reasons why this radar is the perfect choice for officers on two wheels.
Studies have shown that community policing can improve trust and give people a more positive perception of their local officers. But which products can departments use to help them implement this type of policing? In this article, we’ll explain how RADAR speed displays can be a vital tool for carrying out a good community policing strategy.
At Kustom Signals, we have developed two handheld RADAR models that provide the accuracy and reliability of our widely acclaimed Eagle 3, at a lower price point. These are the Directional Talon, a high-performance KA-band handheld RADAR, and the Falcon HR, a hand-held directional K-band device. In this article, we will examine both options with the aim of helping you decide which one best suits your department’s needs.
Kustom Signals, Inc. announced today the release of the NEW StealthStat II. The StealthStat II allows agencies to discretely collect and easily analyze traffic data to identify and address speed related issues.
Did you know that speed guns used by the police today were once developed for use in the war effort? There is quite a fascinating story behind the evolution of these clever gadgets!
Speed guns as we know them were first used in Chicago, Illinois in April 1954 and invented by Bryce K. Brown. The first officer to issue a speeding ticket using the device was Patrolman Leonard Baldy.
Kustom Signals, Inc. announced on January 18, 2019 the release of the NEW PMD 10 & 12 portable RADAR displays. These lightweight, highly visible, amber LED displays are available in two sizes and will enhance driver awareness. It is an ideal tool for community relations.