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What Police Wish the Public Knew About Policing
What Police Wish the Public Knew About Policing

1. Use of force isn’t pretty. People have been conditioned by TV to believe that a properly trained police officer of any size can take down a person of superior size and strength, quickly, almost effortlessly, without the use of weapons, and without any injury to either party. This is not true. Few cops are expert martial artists. The defensive tactics…

Does Electronic Court Reporting Improve Court Performance?
Does Electronic Court Reporting Improve Court Performance?

More and more courts are going digital. But does this improve judicial performance? Legal literature on ‘e-justice’ seems to think so. So too does the World Development Report, ‘Digital Dividends,’ which highlights the potential for ICT to improve the transparency and quality of government service delivery. As electronic court reporting is one key aspect of this trend, we want to take…

New Juvenile Interview Wing in Franklin County, Ohio
New Juvenile Interview Wing in Franklin County, Ohio

Precise Digital was excited to finish our latest install for the new Juvenile Interview Wing in Franklin County, Ohio.  This facility is located in Columbus, Ohio.  Franklin County has been a great customer for over 8 years and has upgraded to make sure they have the best equipment and interview software.  The highlights of our upgrade were the HD cameras…

A Policeman’s Ongoing Education is Job Security
A Policeman’s Ongoing Education is Job Security

Policing, like all other industries in the global economy, is ever-changing. New technology, case law, crime trends and public expectations keep us on our toes. There is always something more to learn. Embark on a journey of personal professional development through purposeful study of the principles and practices that govern good policing. Here are three pointers to send you on your way.…

Police Officers Need PPE to Serves and Protect
Police Officers Need PPE to Serves and Protect

Officers often fail to use proper protection from contact with dangerous drugs and other toxic substances Police officers come into contact with many dangerous substances on a daily basis. Cops may also have to assist or interact with individuals who are bleeding or covered with bodily fluids, risking potential exposure to infectious disease. Departments may feel that the added cost…

Interview Recording Compliance For Law Enforcement
Interview Recording Compliance For Law Enforcement

All Across the Nation, public safety professionals are working hard to defend our rights and protect the peace. Whether they’re serving out in the community or managing cases in the office, their jobs demand the best technology available. Making sure police departments have the right tools can make all the difference for justice to play out. Recent changes to interview recording…

The Science Behind Where Police Should Place Their Body Cameras
The Science Behind Where Police Should Place Their Body Cameras

As law enforcement increasingly uses body-worn cameras, researchers are studying the roles of camera design and perspective. Joel Suss, an Australian psychologist, had just arrived at Wichita State University in 2015, at a time when the U.S. media was becoming increasingly focused on police shootings. An expert in applying what’s known as human factors to law enforcement, Suss studies how…

How Police Dogs Stay Cool in Summer Heat
How Police Dogs Stay Cool in Summer Heat

To help protect law enforcement K9’s in from overexposure to heat, police departments are using technology to help keep them cool. As summer temperatures boil, police departments are finding new technologies to keep their K9 units cool. For dogs that work alongside police officers, staying cool in the summer months can be challenging since the animals sometime sit in parked police vehicles…

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