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Maryland Trooper Struck During Traffic Stop

Rockville crash is third incident in less than a month.
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Today’s Tip from Lexipol

More Below 100: Watch Your Speed
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Winnipeg Police Chopper Ride-Along

Take a look at Air 1 operations.
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Pregnant Iowa Mom Leads Officers on Pursuit

Spike strips used on expecting family’s vehicle.
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Elsag's MPH 900: A Rugged License Plate "Hunter"

A look at Elsag North America's latest offerings in LPR technology
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Connecting Measures, Maps & Missions

Increase efficiency and enhance officer safety with dashboard technology Editorial: Technology, Officer Safety
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Havis Implements New Automated Bagger

Havis has implemented another innovative piece of manufacturing technology.
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A Cut Above for In-Car Video

High-definition video, 360-degree coverage around your vehicle
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Generate tactical leads with your handheld. Introducing: COPLINK Everywhere.

Use the power of COPLINK data from your handheld - on the scene.
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Intelligence-Led Policing

Learn why intelligence-led policing is an important component to any crime fighting strategy, and why putting in a feedback loop can help you and your team set up a program to monitor and patrol crime hot spots.
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The Fatal Four

Discover the four most common ways police officers die on and off duty—and why.
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