Guest Editors: Eric Delaune, Meghann Casanova, and Mike Prado
With the rise in Internet accessibility and the commonality of Internet-enabled devices, it is inevitable that policing in the 21st century involves investigating and combating cybercrime and computer-enabled crime. While the goals are the same as in all crime
prevention—protecting members of the global community, halting criminals before they offend again, and promoting overall public safety and quality of life—fighting cyber and computer crimes comes with additional challenges, including constantly evolving technology, digital evidence, multi-jurisdictional (and global) collaboration, and securing crucial data.
When Bitcoin, the first decentralized cryptocurrency, was issued in 2009, an entirely new world was created in relation to money laundering and financial investigations. Bitcoin, at the simplest level...
Today’s law enforcement leaders are regularly exposed to the multilevel impact of strategic cyberthreats. Daily news media coverage reports cyberattack incidents impacting both private and public se...
Investigators are in a fight in the offices and cubicles of any law enforcement agency… one where the other side is gradually getting the better of them. Any subscriber to a technical law enforcemen...
Many agencies across the world have realized the increasing importance of digital evidence in criminal investigations. Video evidence has been particularly useful not only in solving crimes, but in il...
On January 1, 2021, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will retire the Summary Reporting System (SRS), the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program’s longtime crime data collection system. There...
There are speed limits for most roads and waterways, with the caveat known well by all—one should drive only as fast as conditions allow. A great rule of thumb to avoid damage during driving, boat...
In celebration of IACP’s 125th anniversary, each 2018 issue of Police Chief includes a republished article from the magazine’s history, which dates back to 1934. The following article i...
In today’s policing environment, maintaining trust is a constant internal and external challenge. Declining recruitment and retention efforts have created safety concerns for officers and communitie...
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- Legislative Alert: IACP Advocates Creating a National Commission on Criminal Justice
- Officer Safety Corner: Fatigue Management Training
- Research in Brief: Officer-Involved Shootings: Context Means Everything
- Chief’s Counsel: Life After Liverman: Continuing to Police Employee Speech on Social Media
- Product Feature: Getting the Details Right Is Key for Safety Gear
- Technology Talk: New Technology and Funding Opportunities
- Traffic Safety Initiatives: Crash Reporting Centers: Moving Crash Reporting Away from the Roadway
- IACP Working For You: IACP 23rd Annual Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol, and Impaired Driving
- The Dispatch: June 2018
- New Members: June 2018
- Line of Duty Deaths: 4/6/2018–5/6/2018
- Product Update: June 2018
- Index to Advertisers: June 2018