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CINCH systems announces Vice President of Sales Continued from page 10 lect few with the unique ability to apply technical skills and knowledge to improve a customer’s business— making their job easier and more profitable. In the security industry, Dennis is one of these select few and we are pleased that he has joined our team,” said Joel Christianson, CEO of CINCH systems, Inc. “During the last several years Dennis has had great success in developing sales for a security company that was new to the U.S. market. This experience, coupled with his sales management background at General Electric is an ideal fit to our immediate and long-term growth and revenue objectives,“ adds Christianson. About CINCH systems, Inc. CINCH systems products provide complete patented, 128-bit AES Encryption End-To-End for a security system that is protected from system breach and tamper. System programing and operation is simplified with the easiest to use touch screen interface in the security industry. Product groups include: • Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) • Vehicle Barrier Systems (VBS) Controls IACP, University of Cincinnati join forces Continued from page 25 age and other evidence to charge him with murder. The university fired officer Raymond Tensing, whose trail is scheduled to begin later this year. A subsequent review by an external firm also led to the departure of the university’s police chief – who encouraged officers to patrol neighborhoods surrounding the campus – and his top assistant. The finalists for those two positions were scheduled to meet with campus officials, students and the • Commercial Door and Security Gate Controls Products are used to protect people and property across a wide-range of facilities for U.S. Government Agencies and Military facilities, SCIFs–Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities, Law Enforcement, and Commercial Facilities. For more information call: (763) 497-1059 or email: info@cinchsystems.com 44 Dennis Dop VP of Sales CINCH systems, Inc. community toward the end of May as part of the selection process. The Arnold Foundation provided money for the center because many of its current investments center on improving the criminal justice system. “We believe that the IACP/UC Center for Police Research and Policy has the potential to transform contemporary policing by helping to create a dynamic two-way collaboration between research and practice that is unprecedented in the field,” Foundation Vice President of Criminal Justice Matt Alsdorf said. “This partnership has the potential to address some of policing’s most pressing and persistent challenges with an evidence-based approach that is academically tested and practical.” IACP is the largest organization of law enforcement executives, with more than 27,000 members from 130 countries.

Motorola Solutions transforms body-worn cameras for Tetra users Continued from page 22 on the user’s wearing position and environment. With five integrated microphones and a loud 0.5-watt rated speaker, it provides the high audio quality of TETRA radios. • Integrated Wi-Fi dramatically improves the speed of uploading multi-media. It also makes overthe-air feature updates via Radio Management quickly and seamlessly over Wi-Fi. • The Si500 VSM offers a fullscreen tempered-glass display with an intuitive user interface that presents only vital information within three panels. Users have the ability to control radio channels and talkgroups, view recorded video and photos, tag videos and listen to audio recordings. Digital Evidence Management Revolutionized The digital evidence management solution includes the cloud-based CommandCentral Vault software application to securely store, manage and share digital evidence. With an expansive base storage capacity and integration with computer aided dispatch and records management systems, CommandCentral Vault is designed to make digital evidence management easy and affordable. The digital evidence management software also: • Ensures end-to-end security that reduces any challenge to chain of custody for agencies • Pairs with the Si500 VSM and can also operate stand alone and accept evidence gathered from any device • Offers a highly streamlined ability to search, review, annotate and perform other evidence management, reducing administrative time and expense • Provides an industry-leading auto-redaction feature to help public safety agencies remove identities of individuals in videos seamlessly. Instead of having to painstakingly invest the time to review and possibly edit each video frame, technicians will be able to automatically mark objects such as faces, addresses or license plates and let the new technology blur them out automatically throughout the video, saving hours of administrative time. • Creates greater engagement and transparency with communities. The system enables agencies to improve evidence sharing and more easily respond to content requests. 45 StealthGearUSA showcases premium holsters and gear at NRA Annual Meeting Continued from page 24 technology. “We are excited to introduce our award-winning high-performance holsters and technical gear to the attendees, outdoor enthusiasts, and industry influencers at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits event,” said Paul Laemmlen, Chairman and Founder of StealthGearU- SA. “Since 2012 we have continued to raise the bar in the holster and concealment gear market by developing new technologies and never sacrificing quality and performance. This is why we are fast becoming the company of choice for firearm owners, concealed carry proponents, military, and law enforcement professionals” In addition, StealthGearUSA will present to attendees their new SGP-1R tactical flashlight and accessories which are ideal for EDC and designed with feedback from SWAT operators and other industry experts. Recently, StealthGearUSA received its second consecutive LA- DIES CHOICE Award from the Shooting for Women Alliance for its ONYX IWB holster. The LA- DIES CHOICE Awards represents results from 28,700 women who More on page 46