The P1 staff hit the showroom floor at the 123rd Annual IACP Conference at the San Diego Convention Center to bring you the latest in police products and innovations, sponsored by Nationwide.
Police agencies need to assess whether it makes sense to implement a new technology solution using in-house resources
In no way does recognizing historical injustice discredit or take away from the nobility and valor of the law enforcement profession today
At IACP 2016, Doug and Jim took the opportunity to speak to police leaders about some of the most important issues facing law enforcement today
This product was designed to allow officers to focus on things that are hazardous to them, and leave the nonhazardous stuff to automation
Shell Shock Technologies has developed cheaper, better “brass” ammunition
Hitachi is a completely scalable system for gathering, integrating, and transforming various data inputs into actionable information
IACP 2016 offers the best detection devices in the technology world right now
Agencies must prepare now or risk playing catch up
Police departments are adopting new policies that are forcing them to get in front of the press to mitigate public and media uproar
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- IACP Quick Take: Will fire/rescue/EMS access to warm zones improve victim survival?