Crime & Violence
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According to the U.S. Department of Justice, over half of all violent crimes in the United States go unreported.1 This means that, often, the only way for law enforcement agencies to improve public sa...
Cybercrime
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The world is an interconnected society, with information traveling at the speed of electrons.1 Over 40 percent of the world population is connected to the Internet—nearly 3.7 billion people—making...
Investigations
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The most important cases that a law enforcement agency can investigate might well be those involving the sexual abuse or exploitation of a child. Internet crimes against children have exploded over th...
Community-Police Relations
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For many of us, watching cartoons as a kid is a great memory. Seeing the bad guys ignite long fuses leading to powder kegs and an eventual explosion was exciting, but relatively harmless. However, tho...
Technology
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Facial recognition is a technology that seems like it will soon be everywhere, from unlocking one’s phone to checking in for a flight at the airport. A fast food restaurant in China now allows diner...
Officer Safety & Wellness
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These are troubled times for police officers and their families, with an almost endless stream of bad press about law enforcement, along with unthinkable assassinations and ambushes, numerous anti-pol...
Officer Safety & Wellness
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There has been quite a lot of discussion in recent years about improving the safety of police vehicles, both while operating and while stopped or idling, and lowering the risk of related injuries and ...
Community-Police Relations
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When most people envision SWAT officers and armored police vehicles, they associate those images with major crimes, dangerous criminals, and violent riots. However, this article shows how one police d...