Paulina Tucker is a journalist focused on police and law enforcement news, technology, and training.
Opelika PD becomes the first law enforcement agency in Alabama to utilize virtual reality for training their officers.
ShotSpotter alerts led to the arrest of two convicted felons. Their arrests came after Broward County Sheriff's Office's first use of the ShotSpotter technology.
The ShotSpotter system will pinpoint gunshots as they happen to help reduce gun violence.
Wellington City Police Department uses virtual reality technology to train their police officers.
ShotSpotter detected 141,452 gunfire events in 2019, an increase of 32 percent over the 107,000 incidents reported in 2018.
Citizen launches new SafePass feature to offer COVID testing, contact tracing, and symptom tracking all integrated into a single product.
With the help of a generous donation by the Victoria 100 Club, the Victoria Police Department will have a new and improved way to train their officers.
RapidDeploy teams up with Leading Technology Companies to Unify Public Safety Workflow.
2020 is the year of virtual reality. Barnstable Police Department is kicking off the new year with Apex Officer's VR police training simulator.