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JUN 2019

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36 POLICE JUNE 2019 • AXON • AXON REDACTION ASSISTANT Axon Redaction Assistant is the compa- ny's first advanced artificial intelligence (AI) powered tool for law enforcement and prosecutors. Currently, when re- dacting video footage, users are manual- ly drawing boxes around objects frame- by-frame. With Redaction Assistant, the AI detects a license plate, face, or screen and automatically draws a box around it so the user can then confirm if it is an object that needs to be redacted. is streamlines workflow so video is redact- ed and ready to share with the public quickly. www.axon.com/redaction-assistant • CENTRALSQUARE TECHNOLOGIES • FIELD OPS CentralSquare's Field Ops app allows officers to stay connected. Field Ops is a user-friendly app that uses real-time in- formation to keep responders connect- ed beyond the vehicle. Whether outside their cars patrolling the beat; searching inside a building; or working on motor- cycles, bikes, or even horses—Field Ops keeps first responders and the command center connected. e app also allows supervisors quick 24/7 insight into field operations and lets off-duty responders check in so they can prepare for their next shift. http://lp.centralsquare.com/field-ops.html • CRADLEPOINT • ROUTING PLATFORM WITH MODEM e COR IBR1700-1200M routing plat- form from Cradlepoint is purpose-built to provide law enforcement agencies secure, in-vehicle networking for mis- sion-critical communications. e addi- tion of a MC400-1200M modular modem offers users the capability to add a sec- ond carrier for greater bandwidth, more applications, and gigabit-class LTE. Fea- tures include: advanced routing, WiFi, content filtering, GPS and telematics in- tegration, WiFi-as-WAN, and cloud con- figuration/remote troubleshooting. is NetCloud Service for mobile solution includes 24x7 support, cloud manage- ment software, and a limited lifetime warranty. https://cradlepoint.com/att • CRIMECENTER SOFTWARE • INTELLIGENCE MANAGEMENT MODULE CrimeCenter Software's Intelligence module, the newest addition to its cloud- based case management platform, pro- vides actionable intelligence that helps law enforcement make better decisions, manage tips, counteract threats and crack down on gang activity. To ensure compliance, the platform automates the process of tracking, reviewing, and purging data. e Intelligence module fully integrates with the Whooster inves- tigative data and technology platform, so agencies can search directly from their case folder and find connections be- tween people, phone records, casework, and investigative leads. https://crimecenter.com • ENVISAGE TECHNOLOGIES • FIRSTFORWARD Law enforcement agencies and com- manders may know Envisage Technolo- gies' FirstForward.com as a place to find training (including more than 100 free online courses), but they may not know it's also a tool that can be used to stream- line policy document acknowledge- ments, ease performance evaluations, track certifications and expirations, and document exposures to harmful sub- stances. For only $10 per officer per year, users can enhance the long-term health of their officers and easily manage train- ing for the entire department, all without using cumbersome spreadsheets and paper documents. info.FirstForward.com/PRO THE LATEST LAW ENFORCEMENT SOFTWARE Developers are producing a wide variety of useful police solutions for desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. DAVID GRIFFITH N ot long ago, law enforcement was not considered a high- tech field. at has changed immensely in the last two de- cades. Law enforcement agencies now purchase software tools for a wide variety of operations, including traffic enforce- ment, video management, records management, report writing, and investigations, just to name a few. Here's a look at some software solutions designed to make po- lice safer, more efficient, and more capable.

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