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The Future of Police Dashboard Cameras

The Future of Police Dashboard Cameras

Posted: Saturday - 7.27.2019 @ 1:30pm

Police dash cameras have evolved significantly since they were initially deployed in the 1980s as analog cameras mounted on a small selection of police department dashboards.

$89.7 Billion Global Video Surveillance by 2025

$89.7 Billion Global Video Surveillance by 2025

Posted: Friday - 7.26.2019 @ 4:19pm

The use of video surveillance is growing significantly, owing to the increasing need for safety and security, coupled with the use of cloud-based services for centralized data.

Police Dash Cameras: Their Impact on Policing

Police Dash Cameras: Their Impact on Policing

Posted: Thursday - 7.25.2019 @ 11:21am

​According to an IACP study, in the late 1960s Connecticut State Police set a camera on a tripod in the passenger seat and filled the back seat with the recorder and cables. It wasn’t practical at all, but it illustrated the important role that video could play in policing.

Digital Tech vs Terroism and Online Propaganda

Digital Tech vs Terroism and Online Propaganda

Posted: Wednesday - 7.24.2019 @ 1:25pm

The internet has become a weapon for terrorists, who use social media and other technologies to organize, recruit and spread propaganda. So is it possible to turn technology around and use it to not only catch terrorists but predict and potentially stop terror attacks before they happen?

THE BEST POLICE TECHNOLOGY USED IN CRIME PREVENTION

THE BEST POLICE TECHNOLOGY USED IN CRIME PREVENTION

Posted: Tuesday - 7.23.2019 @ 4:24pm

Today ́s pre-crime technology works not as an oracle foretelling the future. Rather, it consists of various types of data helping law enforcement predict the possibility of crime-related events...

THE NEXT GENERATION OF POLICE PATROL VEHICLES

THE NEXT GENERATION OF POLICE PATROL VEHICLES

Posted: Monday - 7.22.2019 @ 11:38am

Even though most future patrol vehicle models and features are treated like state secrets by Chevrolet, Dodge (FCA), and Ford etc, what can we say about the next generation of law enforcement vehicles?