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Bulletproof Clipboards protect your documents from gunfire

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on December 12th, 2010

Working in an office can be dangerous. Sometimes people just snap and before you know it there’s gunfire. Be prepared for the next office shootout with this Bulletproof Clipboard. Ok, this clipboard from Ballistic Systems is not for the office.

It’s designed for law enforcement officials and the boards come in either 9” x 12” or 9” x 14” and start at $30. It may seem silly, but law enforcement needs all the protection they can get. It might just save some lives in addition to bullet proof vests.

Need to catch a criminal? There’s an app for that

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

You can’t get a straight answer from a criminal. They are criminals after all. So cops in Brockton Massachusetts are using specially equipped iPhones to make the job easier. Cops could use the break.

The officer uses the iPhone to take a picture of the suspect, which then connects to the department’s database for a biometric comparison. If the suspect has been arrested before, the officer can get his complete file, including info on prior arrests and convictions.

Police investigating lost iPhone prototype raid Gizmodo editor’s home

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

The saga of the lost fourth-gen iPhone prototype acquired by Gizmodo last week continues and it has just got even more dramatic. Gizmodo editor Jason Chen’s house was raided by California’s REACT computer crimes task force, who had a search warrant on Friday night.

His computers and other items were seized and taken away by truck. The warrant was signed by a Judge of Superior Court of San Mateo. According to Gaby Darbyshire, COO of Gawker Media LLC, the search warrant to remove the computers was invalid under section 1524(g) of the California Penal Code.

Police unveil new metal detecting glove to find hidden knives

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on April 5th, 2010

In between donuts and coffee and giving out tickets, police officers face some dangerous situations. The bad guys never sleep. And most of them are armed.

Enter the e-Glove. It can be worn discreetly and will help police detect hidden knives during a pat down. When it detects metal on a person’s uh person, the glove vibrates silently to warn the officer. It costs about $153 per glove right now and is bound to make police safer.

Digital Ally DVM-750 in-car video system ready to ship

Posted in Digital Cameras by Shane McGlaun on April 3rd, 2009

digitalallydvm750-sbMost police and sheriff departments around the country now use in-car video recording solutions to record video of the events leading up to traffic stops or shootings. These types of in-car video systems serve as proof that drivers are intoxicated or that an officer followed the rules of a traffic stop.

Digital Ally has announced that its latest in-car video system aimed at use in police vehicles is ready to ship. The system is called the DVM-750 and puts everything the video system needs inside the car with noting needing to be mounted in the trunk. The system includes a camera and a rear view mirror with an integrated LCD monitor.

Solar powered UFO caught by police

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2008

Solar powered UFO caught by policeMarcelo da Luz is not an alien. He has never probed another living thing. In fact he loves his home planet so much that for the past two years he has been driving his solar powered car across the country. But when he reached the Sarah Palin/alien fearing state of Alaska earlier in the week, his UFO car was spotted by a concerned citizen who called 911 to report a UFO sighting. Nevermind that UFO’s reside in the sky and this was on the road.

Alaskan police are not the sort to let aliens roam their highways so they went into action, probably hearing 70’s theme music in their heads, and pulled over Marcelo for interrogation. Once they realized that it was yet another human on the open road, they let bygones be bygones and let him go. Marcelo has has been pulled over at least seven times thanks to his odd vehicle.

StarChase GPS tracking device

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2008

StarChase GPS tracking device
Police chases are dangerous, plus they use up a ton of precious fuel. Bottom line, they can cost Police a lot of money and innocent people can get killed. It’s not like anyone can actually get away from the police anyway, but criminals are never short on stupidity.

Thanks to new tracking technology, the police won’t have to endure dangerous chases. Instead, they have the option of shooting a tracking device that sticks to the car and then let the perp get away while they put together some backup and then safely handle the situation on their terms. The device is a small GPS receiver, with a wireless transmitter and battery that would be fired from the bumper of a police cruiser.