Law Enforcement Technology

JUN 2019

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6 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY JUNE/JULY 2019 FEATURES 8 POLICE WEEK A Chief's Perspective On Police Week Creating a legacy for learning and remembrance. 18 RANGE DESIGN Small Design Changes Lead to Big Effects on the Range Even with limited budgets, agencies can make small changes to their range to maximize value and safety. 30 COMMS, RADIO AND DATA CONNECTIVIT Y The Process of Overhauling Dispatch and Radio Systems This daunting task can cost millions and easily become overwhelming. Let's go over the basics. 38 EQUIPPING THE OFFICER The Tactical Flashlight Evolution When is the last time you purchased a new flashlight? If you can't remember, it might be time to start shopping around. CONTENTS JUNE/JULY 2019 | VOLUME 46, NUMBER 4 L AW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENTS 7 EDITOR'S LOG 10 NEW PRODUCTS SWAT/Tactical 24 FIREARMS TACTICS Cartridge Review: 6.5 Creedmoor Test results through the barrel of a Savage AXIS II XP 28 NEW PRODUCTS Products and Technology 34 TALKING POINTS Ramping Up Manpower When Disaster Strikes Online scheduling so‹ware can help public safety facilities quickly and eŽectively meet the massive surge in demand for services during an emergency. 36 NEW PRODUCTS Video and Investigative Tools 40 INDUSTRY NEWS 41 TRAINING AND EVENTS 42 ON YOUR SIX Electronic Sights for Handguns Issues and Answers With a younger generation coming into law enforcement and older cops losing the ability to focus on the front sight, the discussion has turned to red dot sights. This image and cover photo courtesy of Aimpoint Inc. USA. 12 18 30 38 Honor the Fallen: Never Forget Another year. 163 oŽicers fallen in the line of duty. O‰ Reflections of a Police Wife Sewing a uniform item might not seem like an emotional activity. But for me, coming up to Police Week, so much more than stitches went into those Velcro straps. O‰ EXCLUSIVE ONLINE CONTENT 10 24 28 COVER STORY

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