n the United States, police accountability has become the subject of serious discussion and debate. The public has begun calling for increased visibility of officers in the field—a call which has been met with several suggested tech-based solutions. Foremost among these suggestions is driver behavior monitoring, which relies on a sophisticated system of GPS trackers and video monitoring equipment to record police behavior. >> Continue Reading

As I was headed to work down a steep mountain road one morning, with several cars and trucks behind me, the fog was so thick I could barely see the headlights of oncoming cars. Suddenly, a vehicle with headlights OFF appeared out of nowhere, like a ghost, about 20 feet in front of me. >> Continue Reading

[companyInfo] Police Using GPS Tracking ‘Bullets’ to Trail Cars in Chases (UPI) — Police have a new tool for catching criminals on the run. State troopers in Iowa and police in St. Petersburg, Fla., now have the ability to fire sticky GPS-loaded “bullets” from an air cannon in the front of a patrol car. If >> Continue Reading >> Continue Reading