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NCJ Number: 236113 Find in a Library
Title: Corrections Today, Volume 73, Issue 3, June/July 2011
Journal: Corrections Today  Volume:73  Issue:3  Dated:June/July 2011  Pages:1-80
Editor(s): Susan L. Clayton, M.S.
Date Published: June 2011
Page Count: 80
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This issue of Law and Order magazine contains eight primary articles dealing with police equipment.
Abstract: This August 2011 issue of Law and Order magazine has eight primary articles dealing with police equipment. The first article, Vehicle Graphics Design Winners, showcases the winners of the magazines 2011 vehicle graphics design contest. The second article, Raybestos Brake Tech School, examines the brake system diagnosis and repair course offered by Affinia-Raybestos. The third article, Farewell to Ford CVPI, discusses the retirement of the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor as the dominant police vehicle. The fourth article, Gas Costs More Than Cars, examines the costs of purchasing and operating police vehicles. The fifth article, Multi-jurisdictional Data Sharing Benefits, examines how agencies in Wisconsin are sharing law enforcement data with the FBI. The sixth article, Carlson Wireless Breaks Barriers, discusses the use of a new technology for data delivery and monitoring of electrical devices in areas where line of sight is not available. The seventh article, Electronic Ticketing, presents a case study in how the use of electronic ticketing increased a police agency’s revenues. The eighth article, What’s New in Police Vehicle Accessories, looks at new technologies available for use in police vehicles. Additional articles and columns provide information on the 2011 Police Fleet Expo, defense techniques for officers, U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and use of social networking sites in police investigations.
Main Term(s): Police equipment
Index Term(s): Crime data files; Data collections; Data communications; Data security; Databases; Emergency vehicles; Police special purpose vehicles; Vehicle equipment; Vehicles
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