Most people oppose strict regulations on the technology, particularly if they’ll hinder local law enforcement’s ability to catch suspects, a new survey found.
The software allows the FBI to go through video surveillance footage much faster than agents can.
The company addresses technology that has been criticized by civil libertarians and others.
Project Lifesaver offered local law enforcement the air support it needed.
A good reminder for state and local governments: Is your employee contact information up to date?
Verizon and Nokia hosted the second Operation Convergent Response with active shooter and disaster simulations and the gadgets to defuse them.
Evidence-based policies are up, but there’s room for improvement, according to the Urban Institute.
The nation’s largest police force is changing its body-camera policy after a malfunctioning camera started a fire.
A federal contract is testing a system that would alert drivers with the goal of avoiding collisions.
Many departments appear to have already embraced artificial intelligence, but their personnel require new skills to make the most of the disruptive technology, a new report says.
States and local governments are turning against traffic cameras.
Body cameras that automatically activate in response to the sound of gunfire could forever change people’s expectations about public spaces.
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The agency wants first responders’ clothing to be able to generate and store electricity.
After three days of operation, Washington Dulles International Airport’s biometric cameras identified a man allegedly attempting to use someone else’s passport to enter the U.S.
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AT&T’s team is also working with states to get a liaison in every emergency operations center.
The city’s police department is moving forward with the second phase of testing weeks after the initial pilot program ended amid concerns raised by civil liberties groups.
"Software is only as smart as the information it’s fed," according to Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos.
A company that uses sensors to recognize the sound of gunshots could help solve the epidemic.
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