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Blog - Technology - June 2011

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<p><em><strong>Personnel can gain a quick, multi-department summary of events (upper left) and drill down to manage events and incidents as they occur.</strong></em></p>

IBM IOC Solution Helps LE Coordinate Across City, Respond to Crises  

June 6, 2011
Patterned in part after the NYPD real-time crime center, the IBM IOC is intended to analyze and distill data to provide timely information relevant to the individual officer.

Smartphones: How Defense Attorneys Can Use Discovery Rules To Ensnare You  

June 1, 2011
Because smartphone technology is relatively new, the Supreme Court has not decided a case that specifically addresses the question of what types of law enforcement smartphone records are discovery material.
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