The introduction of fingerprinting and DNA testing as means
of identification was a gamechanger for law enforcement. While controversial at
the time of their initial deployment, those identification technologies have
proven their innate value…
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Browse through Netflix and it won’t take you too long to
find a new documentary about a serial killer or a whodunit cold case.
Over the past few years, the surge of public interest in
true crime stories has been attributed to the abundance…
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Anywhere between 70 to 80 percent of government IT projects struggle, and often fail, according to a survey done by the Boston Consulting Group. The combination of such an abysmal success rate with the fact that more and more governments are…
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Law enforcement agencies across the country will be required to comply with the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) as of January 1, 2021. Transitioning to NIBRS will bring about some challenges, though it will ultimately…
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Many people are aware of the incredible advancements in
commercial drone technology. Only a few years ago, the quadcopter was a marvel
of ingenuity and science. The potential for various uses spawned a myriad of
ideas in the private sector,…
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CAD, GIS and Communication Integrations for Active Shooter Response and Training
A quick look over the FBI’s statistics on the 277 active shooter incidents in the United States from 2000 to 2018 will quickly show you that no two incidents…
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Rhode Island State Police has sought innovative ways to combat the opioid crisis that's devastating the nation. They might have found one. Read the article by Rhode Island State Police Captain Matthew Moynihan.
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Is technology really helping to shift the public perception on police engagements? Police chiefs, sheriffs and other law enforcement leaders weigh in. Listen to why they believe tech has helped to build trust within the community and also boost officer morale.
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240 million 911 calls are made every year in the United
States. But not all of them should be
considered real emergencies, according to dispatchers.
Emergency situations don’t happen every day for regular
citizens. When an…
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