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IACP 2014: Report from the Aisles  

Here's a look at wearable video systems and officer-worn evidence capture equipment as well as some of the other cool products at IACP 2014.

"Drones" Grounded Until Further Notice  

What's keeping law enforcement's unmanned aircraft on the ground is a combination of convoluted regulations and the public's belief that allowing officers to use these little aircraft will violate their civil rights and invade their privacy.

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Smartphone Case Management App  

For any incident you likely use different methods to record interviews, take notes, transcribe them, write reports, take pictures and video, and then upload everything to your agency's server. QueTel's Mobile Traq lets you do all this via an app on the smartphone you already use.

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In-car Video: Eyes on the Road  

Here's a look at some of the latest in-car video systems for law enforcement operations.

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Cyber Terrorism: Preventing Online Assault  

Hackers constantly target law enforcement. Whatever the intent, with our dependence on technology it's more important than ever that police agencies protect themselves against cyber terrorist attacks.

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Dashcam Video Clears New Jersey Officer of Wrongdoing During Traffic Stop

During the traffic stop, officers broke out the passenger side window of Cephas' car and pulled him physically from the vehicle. Cephas contacted local and national media and, because this was shortly after the shooting of Michael Brown, the media pounced on the story.

MSAB Releases Lightweight Tablet for Rapid Forensic Data Extraction in the Field

Tablet offers a touchscreen interface based on MSAB’s XRY extraction engine. It enables users to perform logical data extractions in minutes. The speed that Tablet offers users coupled with its mobility allows for more rapid triage of data and actionable intelligence while in the field on its large 11-inch display. It also allows for customizable workflow configurations that enable administrators to structure access for a wide array of users for organizations of any size.

LAPD Plan for Body Cameras Complicated by Privacy and Policy Concerns

Another battle is brewing over whether police officers should be able to review the recordings before writing police reports about incidents. Bibring and others said officers should not have access to the recordings because it could allow them to alter their statements or align them with what the footage showed.

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How are On-body Video Cameras Holding up?

There are many choices in on-body video cameras for officers. Here are the most important things to keep in mind when looking for...

Are You Ready for the Future of Policing?

There’s a chat-bot out there that knows what dialog to use to elicit the right information from the predator to get an...

Digital Forensics: What's to Come?

Mobile devices have opened Pandora's Box, making digital forensics a much more volatile technology as cyber criminals find new...

   
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