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.
GFX Law, a full-service police vehicle manufacturer, has announced a new lineup of Dodge Durango Pursuit Special Service accessories.
Safariland Vievu, a brand of The Safariland Group, has debuted the LE5 body-worn camera, which boasts wireless technology and a user-selectable field of view and USB-C connection. The camera can record for over 12 continuous hours without having the battery recharged, Safariland says, and with storage for over 50 hours of footage, it features a selectable pre-record of up to three minutes, and post-record for up to one minute with video and audio.
Code 3 Inc., a manufacturer and developer of light and sound emergency products, has a new multifunctional Outliner perimeter bar designed to conform to any flat, exterior surface, including running boards, push pumpers or tailgates. It is waterproof IP67 rated and features a high-grade powder coated aluminum housing and sealed lightheads that prevent corrosion and water ingression.
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