Now, it’s easier than ever to collect and manage evidence from the community. With Axon Citizen, the public safety portal, you can invite individual witnesses – or an entire community – to submit photos and videos of an incident directly to your agency.

Axon Citizen, Portal for Citizens to Volunteer Evidence to Police (Video)

Axon, a global leader in connected law enforcement technologies, is releasing Axon Citizen, a public safety portal that allows community members to submit evidence directly to law enforcement agencies only for crimes...
CBP's Air and Marine Operations asks you to report maritime smuggling and suspicious activities

CBP AMO & USCG Interdict 13 Near Dania Pier (Learn More, Video)

Marine crews from U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations and the U.S. Coast Guard interdicted 13 Cuban migrants off the coast near Dania Beach this morning. Marine interdiction agents...
FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro

NYC OD Victims & Witnesses Can Call 911 Without Fear of Arrest (Video)

The New York Police Department is launching a public service announcement and paid advertising campaign to raise awareness of the New York State's 911 Good Samaritan Law. The campaign will target...
Weather Defender

Gov’t Agencies & First Responders 40% Discount on SWIFT Weather

In honor of National Preparedness Month this September, SWIFT Weather is offering a 40 percent discount on its award-winning Weather Defender Commercial Edition for federal, state and local government agencies, active and retired...
Nearly 2,000 specially trained officers were deployed at holiday markets around New York City Tuesday. Pictured here, a police officer positions concrete blocks to be used at the entrance to the Striezelmarkt Christmas market in Dresden, Germany. (Photo Credit: Arno Burgi, European Press)

Berlin Truck Attack Puts US Cities on High Alert (Learn More – Video)

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Jennifer Smith and Nicole Hong, The Wall Street Journal Specially trained officers were deployed at holiday markets throughout New York City and officials in other U.S. cities prepared similar...
The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley delivers food and water from FEMA to Vieques, Puerto Rico, Sept. 22, 2017. The crew offloaded 750 liters of bottled water and 1,440 meals. (Image courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard, Coast Guard Cutter Donald Horsley)

Feds Continue Hurricane Maria Response & Relief Operations

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) continues to coordinate federal support for U.S. Virgin Islands’ and Puerto Rico’s response efforts. Federal partners are aggressively working to meet...
Software Upgrade, Point of View Camera & New Video Compression Capabilities Answer Customer Solution Needs

See What’s New in Panasonic’s Evidence Mgt System Upgrade

Panasonic Systems Communications Company of North America, a leader in connected solutions that support the mission of law enforcement, has today announced several key upgrades for its mobile evidence management system.  The...
Despite the two rounds of high-powered ammunition most frequently confiscated by New York State Police, the armor purchased by the NYSP will not protect a single officer from a single bullet fired from an AR-15.

We Cannot Leave Police Safety to Chance

Written by Scott Sulzbach, Director of Global Sales and Marketing at Buffalo Armory All across the United States, police forces and first responders are ill equipped in the face of new challenges. Threats...
The DHS S&T, Face in Video Evaluation (FIVE) Program provides an independent evaluation of face recognition algorithms for various law enforcement applications. For example, see how an algorithm may produce multiple templates for the same person/single face track in a video clip. (Image Credit: DHS S&T FIVE Program report)

Biometrics Report Notes Strides Made for Law Enforcement (Video)

Millions of people move through the Nation’s airports, mass transit system, stadiums and other public spaces every day. Every tool available for keeping travelers and the public safe is necessary to help...
Hundreds of law enforcement officers searched for a second day on Tuesday for the man suspected in the fatal shooting of Master Sergeant Debra Clayton, in Orlando, Florida. Orlando Police Chief John Mina said teams of detectives were tracking down leads, while hundreds of officers searched for the suspect, identified as Markeith Loyd, 41, of Orlando.

OPD Manhunt Continues, Reward Increased to $100K (Video)

By The Statesman Law enforcement has raised the reward to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Markeith Loyd. A massive manhunt for Loyd continued Tuesday, a day after an Orlando police...