Being a police officer is no easy task. Sometimes it feels like you need to be everywhere at once. That’s why we create solutions that help law enforcement professionals do less while accomplishing more. Sounds impossible?
Our solutions are used by hundreds of police departments across the country. They’re used to free up time, protect local streets, and prevent serious injuries and fatalities. Here’s how.
Residents complain about speeders. But it’s hard to know if they’re accurate. And putting an officer on the ground to measure speeds is time consuming. Enter our Speed Tracker. It’s a small discreet traffic counting device that you simply mount and leave.
It gathers detailed traffic data that you can access right from your desk so you know if and when speeding is a problem. And when you’ve made your decision for any given location, you can simply mount it at another, letting it measure speed for you.
Slowing Speeders Down
Once you know there’s a problem, you don’t need to send an officer with a radar gun to catch each speeder. And you don’t need to put an officer in a vehicle to ticket each speeding car.
Simply choose a speed display sign to fit your budget and needs and watch cars slow down. As one police officer in Pleasant View, UT described, once they put the signs in, “all I saw was brake lights.” We offer a full range of signs with options like flashing digits, custom messages, and even responsive emojis. Radar signs are proven to slow speeders down even miles down the road.
When It’s Still Not Enough
For most speeders, a speed display sign is enough to slow them down and prevent them from driving dangerously. But for those drivers when it’s not enough, we offer the only awareness cameras on the market.
Unlike typical speed cameras that include penalties, and are not allowed in many states, our awareness cameras simply capture images that are mailed out to drivers to warn them to slow down. And the reminder after the event can make a difference and prevent further violations.
While many police departments prefer smart devices like speed display signs and awareness cameras, we also offer physical devices like recycled speed humps and cushions that slow speeders down.
In England, these are called sleeping policemen, and with good reason. They do the work you would of encouraging safer, slower driving, but you don’t need to step foot on the roadway.
Speed cushions and humps can be used on their own or in conjunction with ITS devices like signs and cameras.
Curious how our products work? Want to see them up close and personal? Stop by and see us in booth 1818 at the IACP conference.
If you’re interested in a one-on-one meeting during the event, contact Brett Ferrin for an individualized analysis of what solutions would work best for your streets. We hope to see you there!