Tag: Speed Enforcement
June 20, 2024

Why Is RADAR and LIDAR Training and Certification Important?

Technological advancements continue to shape the operational effectiveness of law enforcement. As technology-based tools become more prevalent in police work, it is vital that officers be proficient in working with them. Training and certification for tools like handheld RADAR, in-car RADAR, and LIDAR devices is an essential part of this preparedness.  As speed measurement tools, […]

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June 4, 2024

How to Manage Tourist Influx in Beach and Lake Towns with Speed Awareness Products

It is officially summer vacation season, which means that over the coming months, families across the country will be traveling to enjoy sunny excursions.  Travel numbers reached an all-time high over the weekend of Memorial Day 2024 with the TSA accounting for 2,951,163 individuals at checkpoints nationwide, marking the unofficial start of the summer travel […]

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May 28, 2024

How to Make Your School’s Campus a Safer Place

As schools across the country celebrate graduations and begin to transition to summer schedules, most campuses have fewer people and reduced traffic. With school on break, especially an extended one like summer, it becomes the opportune time for making your campus a safer place for the students, faculty, staff, and even the local neighborhood. As […]

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April 5, 2024

How Often Should You Replace Body Cameras and In-Car Video Systems?

For today’s law enforcement agencies, technology plays an essential role not only in ensuring accountability and transparency, but also in promoting the safety of both officers and civilians. Body-worn cameras (BWC) and in-car video (ICV) are among the most important tech tools for police departments.  Video offers an unbiased and accurate record of interactions and […]

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March 28, 2024

Kustom Signals Presents Webinar on Video Programs for Your Police Agency

The integration of technology is essential for law enforcement as a key tool for enhancing transparency, accountability, and community trust.  Kustom Signals will address key tech strategies for achieving these goals in an upcoming free online presentation: Empowering Policing: Initiating a Body-Worn Camera or In-Car Video Program for Your Police Agency. This informative webinar will […]

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March 22, 2024

4 Speed Awareness Products to Manage a Record-High Number of U.S. Drivers on the Road

There were an estimated 243 million licensed drivers in the United States in 2023, states Consumer Affairs. For the first time since COVID-19, we’re seeing an increase in licensed drivers, about two percent, and that number is projected to trend upward in the next two to three years. More licensed drivers typically means more drivers […]

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March 15, 2024

Why Dangerous Driving Is Surging in America

In the United States, more than 278 million personal and commercial vehicles were registered to drivers in 2022, reports Forbes. In that same year, an estimated 43,000 people (NHTSA) died on American roadways due to motor vehicle crashes. While that yearly number (the most recent statistical data) is slightly lower compared to 2021, we have […]

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March 1, 2024

How Often Should You Replace Your RADAR Equipment?

The question of how often law enforcement agencies should replace RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging) equipment varies depending on a number of different factors, including the type of RADAR technology. The budget of individual agencies is also an important consideration. Generally speaking, police departments try to keep their equipment up-to-date to ensure reliability in speed […]

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February 26, 2024

Kustom Signals 2023 Year In Review

2024 is off to a great start for Kustom Signals and, like last year, it is looking to be another great year of innovation and achievements. As we anticipate this year’s new developments, let’s take a quick look back at some of our most significant highlights from 2023. Argus Joins the Kustom Signals Product Line […]

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February 16, 2024

4 Ways to Keep Young Driver Fatalities Down

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the leading cause of unintentional death for teens in the United States is motor vehicle crashes. Although teen drivers, aged 15 to 20, are the smallest age group of drivers, representing about five percent of all total drivers, this age group typically has the highest […]

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