The Printek® VehiclePro 420 is a 4” mobile printer designed specifically for on-the-go public safety applications. Once safely installed in the patrol vehicle’s center console, the VP420 requires minimal space, yet performs significant functions to assist Officers in serving and protecting their communities. Discover more about Printek’s VehiclePro 420 Printers here..
With space maximization and safety at the forefronts of their minds, Havis engineers developed the VSX Console for law enforcement SUVs, including the Chevy Tahoe and Ford Interceptor.
Check out the benefits of the new Havis VSX Console – which makes your patrol car equipment look like it’s built directly in your vehicle.
You’ve finally completed ordering new patrol vehicle technology for your agency’s fleet. You’ve got your driver’s license readers, your laptops, your printers. You’ve even ordered printer paper. All that remains is installation and you’re good to go. Right?
It’s important that you don’t overlook the right type of mounting equipment for your vehicles. Technology that isn’t properly secured can lead to disaster during a high-speed chase, sudden stop, sharp turn or collision. Since safety comes first, be sure to shop for the mounting equipment designed specifically for your in-car equipment, as well as what will work with your vehicle makes/models. So, what type of mounting equipment does your patrol vehicle need?
Over the past few months, we’ve been talking to many law enforcement agencies about one common topic: upgrading their patrol vehicle router. Naturally, during the course of conversation, we’ve heard many questions. And chances are, if one agency has these questions, others probably do too. We’re here to answer these questions in this two-part blog series.
In today’s digital world, uninterrupted communication is essential – and even more so within the public safety community. When it comes to first response, every situation has the potential to be critical. To this end, manufacturers have developed Wi-Fi routers and gateways specifically for emergency vehicle and squad car environments. These devices are small, rugged, and ready to be connected to essentially any communications network, leaving the lines of communication open all the time, even when public communication systems are failing.
What’s in your connected patrol vehicle? Do you ever feel like fitting the gear and equipment into your squad car feels a bit like a puzzle? Patrol vehicles aren’t exactly roomy environments to begin with, and when they’re fully stocked with everything you need to do your job, protect & serve, the feeling is less than spacious. …
L-Tron is pleased to announce the upcoming webinar, “Police Communication When it Matters Most: 3 ways to be Ready.” This 45-minute webinar is free of charge and available to all Law Enforcement professionals who are interested in having reliable communication & connectivity, including during critical situations. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, October 27th, 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST.
Effective and reliable communication is essential to Law Enforcement & Public Safety Officers. Without it, first responders would be in danger of experiencing slower response times, making uninformed decisions, subjecting themselves to unnecessary risks, and even losing lives. Fortunately, in today’s day in age, we have better communication systems and more communication capabilities than ever before. However, this also means that there are a lot of tech options. How can you be sure you’re outfitting your department with the “right” technology?