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Ambika Gupta
In certain situations, calling 911 may put you in higher risk. For example, a passenger in a rideshare car who feels threatened may not want to attract the driver’s attention with a voice call. The same goes for the victim in a domestic abuse situation. In these scenarios, contacting...
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Ambika Gupta
911 – it’s something we all hope will be there to save us when we’re in need. But our 911 infrastructure has a potentially deadly flaw. If you call in from a mobile device and don’t know your location, your chances of being rescued are dramatically reduced because most...
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Eric Sun
Acquisition of data that can be pulled from a phone
We just got back from Austin, TX, where our new Account Executive Tim Hale and I attended a Law Enforcement Symposium hosted by Complete Tablet Solutions (CTS) and Apple. This briefing had a dual focus: the morning session was for Cyber Forensics and the afternoon detailed Mobile Technology for...
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Eric Sun
PublicEye Software iPhone
We are very proud of the PublicEye implementation in Lowell, MA. Over 80 active devices, including iPads, iPhones, and Android and Windows 8 tablets, have made a tangible impact on response times, situational awareness, and department costs. The detectives, family services team, vice squads,...
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IACP 2014 Wrap Up

Eric Sun
IACP Annual Conference Booth 2014
From October 26-28, 2014, the PublicEye team headed to Orlando, Florida for the IACP Annual Conference & Expo. IACP is the largest law enforcement show in the world and attracts over 10,000 professionals from over 90 countries.   At this year’s IACP, we unveiled PublicEye in the...
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