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JUN 2019

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IN D U S T R Y N E W S 40 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY JUNE/JULY 2019 Officer.com COMPANY SPOTLIGHT } 2019's Best Dressed in Law Enforcement The North American Association of Uniform Manufacturers & Distributors has announced the winners of its annual Best Dressed Public Safety Award Competition. The award cele- brates the suppliers, law enforcement departments and first responders that go the extra mile to create versatile, functional and stylish uniforms that represent public safety professionals. Winning law enforcement agencies include: • The Toledo (Ohio) Police Department, Medium Size Department, with Superior Uniform Sales as supplier • The Metropolitan Police, Washington D.C. (pictured), Large Size Department, with Muscatello's as supplier AXON... announced that nearly 1,600 public safety professionals attended the Axon Accelerate conference to hear from more than 70 speakers and experience all the prod- ucts o–ered through the Axon network. Throughout the conference, Axon unveiled several new products and features—many of which are available on the O–icer Safety Plan (OSP) 7+. The plan allows users to leverage the power of the Axon network by bundling devices like the TASER 7 and Axon Body 3 with Axon Records. L-Tron... announced that the City of Boston Police Department purchased the company's OSCR360 Crime Scene System for scene documentation and case organization use by the Crime Scene Response Unit. This unit is responsible for physical evidence collection and analysis for all crime scenes processed by the Boston PD. The OSCR360 so›ware had "so much more to o–er" than first met the eye, according to one o–icer, "These folks are extremely busy. The fact that you can go back a›er the fact and embed ANY digital media file into the program and it didn't take multiple hours of post-production work to put a case together was a di–erentiator. Anything that saves them time on scene and later during the post production made OSCR360 a 'no-brainer'." Federal Ammunition... was honored by the National Rifle Association's Shooting Illustrated maga- zine with the Golden Bullseye Award for 2019 Ammunition Product of the Year for the Hydra-Shok Deep. "We are proud Hydra-Shok Deep was chosen for the prestigious award," said Federal Ammunition President Jason Vanderbrink. "To even be considered for a Golden Bullseye, the product must meet a variety of demanding criteria on design, function, value and reliability." SmartCOP... is delighted to implement its SmartRMS into not only the McPherson County Sheri–'s O–ice, but also the Lindsborg, Canton, and Moundridge Police Departments. At the beginning of February, McPherson County purchased the so›ware, and all three police departments quickly entered into a sublicense for the so›ware. All four agencies will work cooperatively to best implement the so›ware for the betterment of public safety. By having a cooperative agree- ment, the Sheri– O–ice and depart- ments will be able to more seam- lessly share vital information. The close timing of each purchase will also allow all four agencies to train in conjunction with each other, thus helping their o–icers and employees to become more familiar.

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