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Social media and other technologies are integral to policing in today’s world. While terrorists and other criminals have embraced technology to support their activities, law enforcement agencies are using technology to prevent and solve crimes. The IACP Technology Center and the IACP Center for Social Media are leading efforts to help law enforcement personnel develop policy guidance. This issue of the Police Chief magazine addresses the application of social media and other technologies by law enforcement agencies.

Terrorism and the Technology Gap
Delivering the Message to Terrorists—The Boston Way
Fighting Terrorism: International Models for Law Enforcement
Developing Policy on Using Social Media for Intelligence and Investigations
Violent Domestic Extremism and the Role of Social Media within Law Enforcement
A Practical Application: Facial Recognition Technology
Product Feature: Mobile Computers
Unmanned Aircraft Systems: All the Boxes Checked, but Challenges Remain
Combating Financial Fraud and ID Theft through Regional Partnerships
Research in Brief: What Do We Get out of Homicide Reviews?
Officer Safety Corner: Keeping Yourself and Your Family Safe Off-Duty
Awards Notice
   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Legislative Alert
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update

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