Panasonic announced a major update to its Toughbook N1 rugged handheld device. The latest 4.7-inch device has been “refined to meet the challenges of today’s workplaces, with hardware and features designed to make capturing, sharing and analyzing data faster and easier.”
Samsung Electronics Canada has announced the Canadian availability of the Galaxy Tab Active2, a rugged tablet designed for mobile workers who conduct business outdoors or beyond office walls, including in the field, industrial locations, and harsh weather.
Keep your evidence secure with state of the art Evidence Lockers with ControLoc Technology by Spacesaver Corporation.
Two American teachers have launched a web-based software application designed to assist schools with student management issues and instant “safe schools lock down automation.”
Summit Glove says it manufactures the only 100 per cent nitrile, powder and latex free glove on the market “tested and proven to protect first responders from accidental exposure to fentanyl and heroin.”
EhEye Inc. is a Canadian technology company that protects people by automating video surveillance.
Ford has introduced the all-new Police Interceptor Utility, what it calls “the industry’s first pursuit-rated hybrid SUV.”
Numerica Corp., which develops software solutions for law enforcement, has launched Lumen FR, a next-generation, integrated facial recognition system available commercially in Canada and the United States.
The DJI Matrice 200 series from OmniView Tech carries visual and/or thermal sensors, providing situational awareness of potentially dangerous situations such as fires, searches, and natural disasters.
The DJI Matrice 600 Pro is a heavy-lift unmanned aerial vehicle with a maximum payload capacity of 20 lbs. Designed as a platform to build upon, users are able to customize and mount various third party hardware systems with the UAV to fully maximize operations.
Dodge is expanding its police vehicle lineup, adding a new Enforcer version of its Dodge Durango.
 

The XC2 is SureFire’s smallest, most lightweight handgun light with an integrated laser.
The North-West Mounted Police: 1873-1885By Jack F. Dunn; 2017, 812 pagesISBN: 9780969859611
We likely have all come across a disgruntled and jaded co-worker, someone overly preoccupied with spreading negativity. We may even have been in those shoes ourselves.
“It takes a village to raise a child.”
There’s nothing more annoying than running into a bunch of information that contradicts something you always believed, you always knew, you were sure about.1 Fortunately (or not... ) it appears that most of us are quite capable of avoiding information if we think it is not going to tell us what we want to hear. How can otherwise sensible people believe that cutting taxes creates new jobs or that autism is caused by vaccinations?
Firefighter Barry Dawson, paramedic Andreanne Leblanc, former RCMP officer Krista Carle: three first responders with different lived experiences and their own versions of “PTSD demons,” but who have one thing in common: within the past year, they decided to end their own lives.
“Employee loyalty begins with employer loyalty. Your employees should know that if they do the job they were hired to do with a reasonable amount of competence and efficiency, you will support them.”- Harvey Mackay
Proactive policing should be a big part of what officers do. It shouldn’t simply be responding to radio calls. Conducting high visibility patrols, checking out suspicious people in suspicious circumstances, interacting with vulnerable people and preventing crime and victimization — these are all critical roles for police officers.
Taking Care of Business: Police Detectives, Drug Law Enforcement and Proactive InvestigationBy Matthew Bacon; 2016, 352 pagesISBN: 9780199687381
Just because an arrestee wants to speak to a lawyer again does not mean they are entitled to do so.
Just because an officer does not follow an approved screening device (ASD) procedures manual does not necessarily mean he cannot rely on the accuracy of its results.
Electric bikes have been around almost as long as traditional bicycles, but advances in motor and battery technologies in recent years have been driving consumer growth in places like Europe and China.
Vegan diets, blood type diets, liquid diets, lunar diets, werewolf diets, grapefruit diets — one cannot avoid being bombarded by the hype for the latest “revolutionary” and transformative diet proposal. The overwhelming number of fad diets emerging with “pseudo” scientific demonstrations can easily be confused with proven nutritional facts.

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