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DEA's Vast Phone Database Revealed

September 3, 2013
Cellular service provider AT&T has been working closely with the Drug Enforcement Administration and local law enforcement to provide extensive phone records during drug investigations.

Warrantless Cellphone Tracking Upheld

August 1, 2013
In a significant victory for law enforcement, a federal appeals court on Tuesday said that government authorities could extract historical location data directly from telecommunications carriers without a search warrant.

PoliceMag Launches Optimized Site for Smartphones

August 21, 2012
Patrol officers in the field can now view all the content on PoliceMag.com on a Website optimized for smartphones starting today. The mobile site presents PoliceMag.com content in a clean, easy-to-use format.

Report: Law Enforcement Widens Cellphone Surveillance

July 9, 2012
The nation's wireless carriers reported a sharp increase in demand for data from law enforcement agencies in 2011, reports the New York Times.

Mass. Congressman 'Deeply Concerned' About Cellphone Tracking

May 3, 2012
U.S. Congressman Edward Markey (D-Mass.) wants cellphone carriers to disclose their role in helping police departments track suspects and conduct investigations.

Michigan State Police Say Cell Phone Data Only Extracted with Consent, Warrant

April 26, 2011
Michigan State Police use devices to extract information from people’s cell phones only with owners’ consent or with a search warrant, an official told a House committee today.

Prison Guards Main Source of Smuggled Cellphones

February 9, 2011
Union officials say they don't necessarily oppose searches; they also cite a work requirement that corrections officers must be paid for "walk time" — the minutes it takes them to get from the front gate to their posts behind prison walls.

Baltimore PD Hits the Streets on Foot with PocketCop

March 4, 2010
In a bid to curb crime through community engagement, the Baltimore Police Department is using new technology to get back to the tradition of the neighborhood cop on foot patrol.

Military Mobile Apps Could Protect Urban Areas As Well

February 4, 2010
Imagine a 10-officer team staking out a group of suspects from several locations simultaneously. Now, imagine the supervisor and team can observe each others' movements, simultaneously communicate via text message and call up a map of an entire building that suspects are about to enter.

Pittsburgh PD Uses Text Messaging During G-20 Protest

October 1, 2009
Part of the story of how the department kept protests from getting too unruly can be told by explaining a new text-messaging technology to share information about protester activities instantly within its own command structure, as well as with outside agencies.
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