Voting security and traceability remain pressing concerns for both voters and government officials as the 2020 U.S. election approaches.
[eBook] Lessons from a Lieutenant: How Today’s Police Departments Can Implement And Benefit From eCitation
33-year veteran of a major metropolitan police department gives first-hand tips on what it takes to successfully implement eCitation software.
Partners in Crime: Brother RuggedJet Mobile Printers paired with Visionations CrimePad Help Streamline Evidence labeling
For crime scene investigators, every detail of a criminal investigation is crucial to reaching a favorable outcome. But tagging, logging, and labeling each piece of evidence can be a daunting task.
Across the United States, voting security remains a big concern for citizens and government officials. In 2018, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission reported that there are yet un-used federal funds available for election system upgrades.
Join our Brother team and respected law enforcement leaders from around the world in Chicago from October 26-29, 2019 for the 126th IACP Annual Conference and Exposition!
Today’s law enforcement agencies face the challenges of driving efficiency, reducing paperwork, collecting revenue, and making better departmental decisions – all while being asked to do more with less.
Traffic stops are among the most statistically dangerous law enforcement activities. With more motorists on the road and distractions competing for their attention…
Our kiddos were so helpful in testing out our RuggedJet 4200 mobile printers that we decided to bring them back for a second round of product testing.
How Brother helps overcome your department’s mobile printing challenges
Public safety professionals require fast, reliable mobile printing solutions that can reduce traffic stop duration, improve accuracy and efficiency…
Are you getting the most out of your eCitation solution?
We get it – you’re on the go and you need your Brother printer at your side. But having an unsecured printer in a moving vehicle or precarious position isn’t just unsafe… it’s inefficient.