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Back to Archives | September  2006 Contents

The Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) puts a wealth of information at the fingertips of police officers in the street to solve crimes and apprehend criminals. This center, developed by the New York City Police Department, provides a staggering scope of information. In 2006, the RTCC technology was searching through 120 million criminal complaints, arrests, and 911 call records, five million files by New York state and more than 31 million records nation-wide to find the information officers needed in the street. Photograph by the New York City Police Department.
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Collecting, Preserving and Displaying IACP’S History
By Chief Michael J. Carroll, Chief Scott Finlayson, and Chief (Ret.) David G. Walchak
In memory of chief Edward (ED) Davis, 1916-2006
IACP President, 1976-77

IACP Diversity Coordinating Panel
By Deborah J. Campbell, Deputy Superintendent, New York State Police, Albany, New York, and Rafael P. Hernandez, Jr., Deputy Chief of Police, Tallahassee, Florida, and Co-Chairs IACP Diversity Coordinating Panel
Stopping Crime in Real Time
By Joseph D’Amico, Deputy Chief, Commanding Officer of the Real Time Crime Center, New York City Police Department, New York
4 Questions for Return on Investment: Choosing the Right Training
By Scott Brown, School Director, General Instructor Training, North Carolina Justice Academy, Salemburg, North Carolina.
Port Orange Police Department: Sexual Offender Accountability Program
By Gerald M. Monahan, Jr., Chief of Police, and Timothy V. Girard, Commander, Criminal Investigation Division, Port Orange Police Department, Florida
The CompStat Process: Managing Performance on the Pathway to Leadership
By Daniel DeLorenzi, Jon M. Shane, and Karen L. Amendola, Ph.D.,
Long Beach, California: Less-lethal Weaponry Case Study
By Chief Anthony W. Batts and Sergeant Susanne Steiner, and Data Collection and Analysis by Lieutenant John Lembi
Policewomen: Their First Century and the New Era
By Peter Horne, Ph.D., Professor, Mercer County Community College, Trenton, New Jersey
Excessive Speed Causing Upward Trend in Traffic Fatalities
By: Earl M. Sweeney, Assistant Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Safety, Concord, New Hampshire, and Chair, IACP Highway Safety Committee
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