Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Bump Stock

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In light of recent mass shooting happenings across the US, and specifically the Las Vegas shooting where a bump stock was used, the pressure...

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Body-worn cameras, laptops, smartphones and mobile working -all those things sounded like science fiction to the Metropolitan police officers not long time ago. But...
electroshock weapon

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A revolutionary wireless electroshock weapon is in the process of issue by the US Patent Office. The device is defined as a non-lethal weapon...
blockchain

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Police and security agencies around the world have so far only taken an interest in blockchain – the distributed ledger technology behind cryptocurrencies like...
face recognition

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Moscow has been bringing CCTV (Closed Circuit TV) security to the next level, through a partnership that brings artificial intelligence to bear in ways...
communication between the public and the police

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Communication between the public and the police often fails to reflect the whole picture, while the commanders are not always aware of problems in...
bomb disposal

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First responders must stay up-to-date on the latest tactics and techniques for improvised explosive devices (IED) response. How does the Department of Homeland Security...
cellphone tracking

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Police departments across the USA quietly use a highly secretive technology developed for the military that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using...
robot

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Missions such as clearing buildings, detecting explosive charges etc. in a hostile environment often endanger the lives of soldiers and law enforcement officers. A...
pistol

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The new VP9SK pistol by Heckler & Koch is a subcompact version of its highly popular and reliable VP9 full-size pistol in 9mm. A...

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As drone technology has become more sophisticated and more affordable, criminals have been using these unmanned air systems to smuggle drugs, cellphones and even weapons into...
cybercrime

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As cybercrime continues to escalate around the world, defenders from both the public and private sectors must meet the threat with equal force. Global...
shooter

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Several cases of mass shooting in public places have occurred in the US in recent years. A small, relatively inexpensive device could make the...
groundbreaking technologies

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We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian defense, securing government institutions vital infrastructure and borders,...
criminal intelligence

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A new national criminal intelligence system has been launched in Australia after completing a two-year pilot of the nascent inter-jurisdictional platform. Now the Australian...
police

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China is continuing its trend of robotizing human jobs. After replacing pharmacists with robots and developing a robotic police patrol officer, China wants technology...
crime scene

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Police investigators often need a view of the crime scene long after it was cleared, and photos taken at the initial stages may not...
smart command center

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Singapore's law enforcers have teamed up with Japanese technology giant NEC to form a concept Smart Command Center, in an attempt to fight crime...

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Some people consider IoT (the Internet of Things) as the next industrial revolution. The connected devices networks present in all aspects of life and...
vehicle-ramming

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In light of the growing need to deal with vehicle-ramming terror attacks around the world, one of today’s most prevalent threat, an innovative line...
iot technologies

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has become widespread in all sectors, slowly changing industries ranging from manufacturing to agriculture and revolutionizing cities. The Brookings...
ransomware attacks

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Ransomware attacks have become more and more common, attracting more global focus. Rob Wainright the head of the Europol, the European Union Agency for...

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