Blue Line Magazine features BlackBerry’s role in Law Enforcement

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BlackBerry has a long history of being the device of choice for many public safety agencies around the world. With BlackBerry, law enforcement officers can make informed decisions and be more responsive to situations as quickly as they arise.

In its most recent issue, Blue Line Magazine featured one of our customers, the Toronto Police Service, and highlighted how they are using BlackBerry smartphones in their community policing efforts. Officers can access social media and police information systems directly from their BlackBerry smartphones as they patrol their dedicated neighbourhood beat, with the goal of preventing crime and keeping the peace. Their BlackBerry smartphones also enable them to communicate directly with each other and coordinate their activities with other members of the team and supervisors back at headquarters. Read the whole story in this month’s issue of Blue Line Magazine, along with a special feature on the business use of smartphones and highlights the power and security of BlackBerry.

BlackBerry was also recently mentioned in the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA) newsletter, announcing the addition of BlackBerry in the FBINAA Ambassador Level Alliance. This relationship represents a joint commitment to working together to improve safety, security, education and communications on a local, national and international level. Find out more about FBINAA.

About Nadia S.

I lead the Customer Success Program at BlackBerry. I am always on the lookout for stories that highlight our customers' successful and innovative use of BlackBerry solutions. Check out more stories here: www.blackberry.com/go/success

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