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DEC 2018

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24 POLICE DECEMBER 2018 ATLAS BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC. H SCHEDULEANYWHERE ere is perhaps no bigger routine head- ache for law enforcement supervisors than scheduling. ScheduleAnywhere is a software tool that makes it easier to schedule enough officers to work their shifts. It keeps track of vacations and training, and it gives each officer access to a personal work calendar over the Web. www.scheduleanywhere.com ATS ARMOR H LIGHTWEIGHT SHIELDS In recent years, hard armor has been getting lighter and more efficient. e latest shields from ATS Armor are ex- amples of this trend. e company's IIIA Patrol Shield weighs in at just six pounds and stops pistol rounds up to .44 Magnum. Its Type III Tactical Shield can stop a variety of popular rifle rounds and weighs just 15 pounds. Both feature ATS Armor's proprietary handle system for easy maneuverability and ergonomic designs that maximize protection. www.atsarmor.com CENTRAL SQUARE H SUPERION SOFTWARE Right before IACP four public safety software companies—Superion, TriTech, Zuercher, and Aptean—merged into a new company, Central Square. at was the biggest news from Su- perion at the show. In addition, the company showed its OneSolution software, which facili- tates communications between agencies. One- Solution is, as the name implies, a combined CAD, RMS, jail management system, and mo- bile computing tool. www.superion.com CODE 3 H MATRIX SYSTEM Code 3 brought its new Matrix emer- gency lighting system to IACP. e pro- grammable system offers plug-and-play simplicity and can configure the entire emergency system of lights and sirens on a law enforcement vehicle. Code 3 says the Matrix can read signals being sent through the vehicle's controller area network to trigger different flash patterns and siren sounds. www.Code3esg.com DODGE H DURANGO PURSUIT Agencies clamoring for Dodge to pro- duce a pursuit-rated SUV to complement their Chargers got to see their wish come true at IACP. e 2019 Dodge Durango Pursuit shown at IACP is available with two engine options, the 5.7-liter HEMI and the 3.6-liter Pentastar. All-wheel- drive with an eight-speed transmission is standard. Agencies can call (800) 999- 3533 for more information. The 2019 Dodge Durango Pursuit is available with a 5.7-liter HEMI or a 3.6-liter Pentastar engine. ATS Armor's new ballistic shield is designed to be lighter than comparable shields. IACP 2018 REPORT FROM THE AISLES The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) show is one of the more unusual law enforcement trade shows. It's kind of a miscellaneous exhi- bition of everything that is used in police work, ranging from massive software solu- tions, to helicopters, to widgets. Some years the show seems to have a theme like say body cameras. Other years it's really not so easy to spot a trend at the show. e 2018 IACP show held in Orlando in early Octo- ber was one of those difficult to character- ize shows. But that doesn't mean that there were not some interesting and innovative prod- ucts on display at this IACP. Here's a look at what caught our eyes. A WIDE VARIETY OF NEW LAW ENFORCEMENT PRODUCTS WERE ON DISPLAY AT THE ANNUAL IACP SHOW. DAVID GRIFFITH ➔

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