Safe at home
The Oak Forest, Ill., Police Department has purchased red light photo enforcement systems from Beverly, Mass.-based GATSO USA.
The Cleveland Division of Police has purchased 350 stun guns from Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Taser International. The Kansas Highway Patrol has purchased 240 stun guns from the company.
Mobile, Ala., has purchased software for an emergency notification system from the Lancaster, Pa.-based NTI Group.
Washington-based County Executives of America (CEA) has contracted with Chicago-based Cardinal Point Strategies to lead the CEA Homeland Security Resource Center’s School Safety Initiative.
Anne Arundel County, Md., has purchased an integrated public safety system from Annapolis, Md.-based Compudyne that includes computer-aided dispatch and administrative functions.
The Newbern, N.C.-based National Association of State 911 Administrators has contracted with Ebensburg, Pa.-based L. Robert Kimball & Assoc. to develop a national state 911 plan.