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Computerizing K-9 Search-and-Rescue  

March 27, 2015

Some volunteer K-9 search-and-rescue groups rely on cloud-based Mission Manager Incident Management software to help manage their personnel and equipment, and also enhance situational awareness in the field.

<p>Photo: 3M</p>

ALPR: Capturing Crime Leads  

March 23, 2015

Automated license plate reader (ALPR) technology allows law enforcement officers to quickly recognize expired tags and identify and locate stolen vehicles. But it's also often instrumental in finding wanted and missing persons and solving a wide range of crimes, including homicides.

Irrational Fear vs. Officer Safety  

March 13, 2015

First, law enforcement critics such as civil libertarians and liberal journalists claimed that we were over-militarized, and now they're mischaracterizing officer safety equipment as spy tools.

Portable Crime Scene Management  

February 28, 2015

CrimePad takes full advantage of the iPad's capabilities. The app can be used to record voice, capture video, and take non-evidentiary photos.

<p>Photo: Cellebrite</p>

Mobile Forensics in Transition  

February 28, 2015

One reason why there is so much demand to move the preliminary forensic analysis of mobile devices out of the lab is that agencies are realizing the value of knowing what is on a suspect's or even a victim's smartphone during an investigation.

<p>Photo: Parabon NanoLabs</p>

Analyzing DNA Blueprints  

February 27, 2015

Parabon NanoLabs' Snapshot does much more than reveal an unknown subject's hair color and eye color. It can also be used to determine a subject's ancestry in detail.

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Mutualink: Opening Communication Channels  

January 30, 2015

Produced by a company with the same name, Mutualink software has the potential to solve many radio interoperability problems. In addition, Mutualink has gone a step further and introduced technology that not only integrates radio communications, but also phone, video, and data.

<p>Photo: Vigilant Solutions</p>

About Face: Facial Recognition  

January 30, 2015

Imagine you are working a rape case and you're trying to identify the perpetrator. He posted a video of the crime and a profile picture of himself on online. You can use the image to search for the individual via Vigilant Solutions' FaceSearch facial recognition software.

<p>Photo: Crossmatch</p>

Mobile Print ID  

January 30, 2015

Though mobile fingerprint technology has been in use in law enforcement for nearly a decade, continued enhancements are making the technology viable for agencies of all sizes.

<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

Legal Issues With Body Cams  

January 26, 2015

Recent events have accelerated law enforcement's timetable for adopting wearable audio-video recording devices. But using this technology has legal ramifications that have to be understood by criminal justice stakeholders.

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