Guest Editors: Domingo Herraiz and Meghann Casanova
Law enforcement organizations are constantly evolving and innovating to meet the new and emerging needs of the communities they are sworn to serve and protect. These changes are often spurred by technology, such as those surrounding body-worn cameras and cybercrime, but the field is also creating new solutions in areas such as crime prevention, community engagement, communication, victim responses, and officer wellness. As agencies work to enhance their services and capabilities in the 21st century, their innovations improve both the profession and public safety.
It is often said that the world is becoming a much smaller place. The rapid advances in technology over the past several year...
Every city wants to be a “smart” city. But will smart cities be safer? Will they have less crime, better law enforcement,...
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s (OSHP) Health and Physical Fitness Program (HPFP) is a uniquely comprehensive program consi...
Virtual dispatcher? That will never happen… or will it? The phrase “artificial intelligence” usually conjures up movie ...
On October 17, 2016, at the 123rd Annual IACP Conference and Exposition, then-IACP President Terrence M. Cunningham stood before the general assembly and took a significant step for the organization b...
Law enforcement is under scrutiny (and, sometimes, under attack) in the media and on the streets. In recent years, an anti–law enforcement sentiment has been growing in large segments of the populat...
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