There is no doubt that police officers have dangerous jobs. Every year, communities across the US mourn the loss of the upstanding men and women who serve in public safety roles. A great number of these deaths are a direct result of accidents that occur as part of a routine traffic stop.
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Salt Lake City, UT - February 6, 2019 – Code, an innovator in healthcare automation and mobile technology, is featuring its new CR1100 compact barcode reading system at the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) show in Orlando next week. The CR1100 features years of healthcare barcode reading experience combined with the latest image processing technology in a tiny package that easily fits into a variety of medical devices.
Barcodes keep our officers and the public safe by speeding up data collection and ensuring accuracy.
We often take the safety of our community and daily lives for granted, which means we don’t always think about the risks our troopers face when they get into their cruisers to protect the peace. Human behavior is tough to predict and control, and each time a trooper exits their cruiser—whether for a traffic violation or an event—their lives are immediately at risk. Studies have shown that the longer troopers are outside of their cruisers, the more their safety is compromised.
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