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For law enforcement, public/private partnerships add to coverage and efficiency
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From patrol to plainclothes, these devices offer all the features you need
PRYME Radio announces the launch of its latest enhanced push-to-talk accessories for two-way radios and cellular devices
The network will switch from analog to digital, making it inaccessible to the public and press
Since June, six radios have been stolen; of those six, two have been recovered and four are still missing
Don’t just wing it – winning takes a deliberate and comprehensive approach
Experts share eight top tips for maximizing the value of both capital funds and possible grants
How law enforcement and educators can develop effective threat assessment teams to stop school violence
Officers can enjoy comfort and convenience no matter their environment
Take that tactical pause before pressing the mic button
Ensure you’ll get the assistance you need with reliable radio technology
Sheriff Vernon Betts wants $2 million in funding for police take-home radios that would replace current outdated equipment
Complete your department’s push-to-talk set-up with these accessories
The department will create policies and procedures to ensure the equipment is only used during an active shooter event or emergency situation
Police say the page provides transparency without disclosing personal information
The department is the latest in the state to make this move in response to a California DOJ mandate requiring agencies to protect personal information
Your department can benefit from the safety and convenience of Bluetooth microphones
The new XL Connect 95P portable radio from L3Harris features open architecture to ensure that it can connect seamlessly with any other P25-compliant agency
Officials say the upgrades aim to improve voice quality, inter-agency communication, and network security
Download this free grant guide to learn more about how your department can benefit from this federal funding opportunity
This all-in-one device offers flexibility for different situations at a reasonable cost
With the Tango Tango integration service, first responders can connect their existing two-way radio networks with smartphones to augment and extend communications across platforms, channels and agencies
Federal pandemic relief funds are available to help your agency upgrade its radio network to enhance interoperability and better serve your community
A system overhaul will encrypt the frequencies used by nine city departments, preventing monitoring of the transmissions
The biggest threats to public safety are the policies currently being implemented based on false information, says DA Brian Surber
The goal of the Critical app is to empower police leaders to better distribute information while building officer morale
Code enforcement officers play a key role in ensuring community safety while also facing significant safety risks themselves
Find out how the Chula Vista Police Department is harnessing technology to empower cops to make more informed decisions for better outcomes