Police in rural Ohio are using VR for empathy training
Organizers said the platform's low cost and portability are promising for a profession short on training resources.
Justice Department funds body-worn cameras for small-town, rural, tribal police
A $7.65 million program is open to law enforcement agencies with 50 or fewer full-time sworn personnel, as well as tribal and rural departments.
Saving lives, cutting costs, managing your devices
UEM boosts productivity and increases efficiency for state and local government agencies.
Three ways unified endpoint technology boosts first responder productivity
Next-generation public safety officials need the technology to enable them to work faster, improve productivity and cut costs.
Controversial police body camera bill would restrict access to footage in Wisconsin
Citing privacy concerns, the bill's proponents would limit when footage is eligible for public records requests.
'Contagious accountability:' report shows police body cams decimate officer complaints
Cambridge University released a study that shows complaints plummet after police departments adopt body cameras.
Boulder, Colo., police uses mobile data extraction tech to crack cases
The technology has helped police shed light on a rash of heroin overdoses that's plagued Boulder.
Georgia county system speeds up warrant process
A new system in Georgia's Camden County lets officers at its three law enforcement agencies request — and receive — warrants in the field.
Idaho governor establishes cybersecurity task force
On Monday, Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter signed an executive agreement forming Idaho’s first cybersecurity task force, a move that comes in response to a stream of online assaults that he said threaten the state’s citizens and economy.