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Roger served over 20 years with the NYPD, where he spearheaded the NYPD’s first dedicated facial recognition unit. The unit has conducted more than 8,500 facial recognition investigations, with over 3,000 possible matches and approximately 2,000 arrests. Roger’s enhancement techniques are now recognized worldwide and have changed law enforcement’s approach to the utilization of facial recognition technology.
Rather than create a wish list of police gear we would all like the future to bring, we're going to try to show how the technologies in development and the events of today will affect the law enforcement officers of the future.
Earlier this year, Haix worked with POLICE Magazine to launch a contest to find agencies to wear test their Black Eagle Tactical 20 boots and provide feedback. Of the many departments that applied, a lucky three were selected.
Many people watching the Black Lives Matter movement have long seen its goal as quite literally changing the way law enforcement officers do their jobs, forcing you to pull back and avoid confrontations with black suspects. And while the final moves of that strategy have yet to occur, the pieces are moving into place.
The Hound is completely different in that it measures the amount of THC in a person's breath – which stays there for only a matter of hours at most. It measures blood alcohol content through breath as well.
The success or failure of your investigation will depend on how you deal with witness information.
Two Port Barre, LA, police officers were treated for injuries over the weekend after a hit-and-run investigation led to a violent confrontation with some neighborhood residents, according to Chief Deon Boudreaux.
Since July 17, the family of East Baton Rouge (LA) Sheriff's Deputy Nick Tullier, 41, has stood vigil by their son, waiting for him to emerge from a coma. It's been more than 90 days since Tullier answered the call to take down an active shooter targeting officers.
The two police officers who fatally shot a machete-wielding man Oct. 5 on the University of Colorado campus were trapped in a stairwell with the man, and fired their weapons when he ignored their orders and quickly advanced on them.
It sure must be easy to talk about “redeploying” an officer’s position while sipping a Diet Coke or bottled water while sitting in...
Policing has always had dangers associated with the profession. Physical, emotional, and psychological threats have always...
It appears Howard Bryant, a columnist employed by ESPN, is offended by police officers being honored by professional sports teams....