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Baltimore Police Track Carjacking Suspects, But Detective Shoots Himself

October 14, 2016
But as two detectives spotted the stolen vehicle and prepared to make an arrest, one of them accidentally shot himself in the wrist, and the suspects escaped.

Better Than a Crystal Ball

September 6, 2016

Can you predict the future? Some agencies are finding that you can by using tools that enable them to perform predictive policing, which is defined as the use of mathematical, predictive, and analytical techniques in law enforcement to identify and disrupt criminal activity.

Spillman Technologies Experiences Record Growth in 2015

March 10, 2016
Although Spillman has experienced continuous financial and customer growth, the 2015 year marked the highest revenue growth in 10 years with a 27% increase over 2014.

How Technology is Changing Law Enforcement

December 8, 2015
Every second of video that an officer’s camera records can be taken into evidence, providing a first-hand account of what took place during any interaction with a subject. The cameras provide the officer’s perspective on the incident unfettered by testimony and witness reports. Beyond that, departments can use the footage to train and practice crisis scenarios, reviewing successful arrests and discovering areas for improvement. Community members and law enforcement officers alike can benefit fro

Learn How to Enhance Officer Safety, Prevent Crime, and Advance Investigations

September 8, 2015
IBM public safety solutions bring a unified approach to public safety that fosters interagency collaboration and provides foundational data integration, visualization, and analysis tools that drive analytics and insights.

Predictive Policing: Seeing the Future

June 30, 2015

Predictive policing is the computerized analysis of historical crime data from databases, record management systems, and other digital sources. Agencies have achieved a lot of great results using this tool, but experts say law enforcement agencies have just begun to scratch the surface of what the technology can do.

LEOs Need to Improve New Technology Knowledge, Practices

March 31, 2015
To assist in crime prevention and public safety efforts, a new report revealed a need to improve the law enforcement community's knowledge of new technologies and practices for leveraging those technologies.

Survey Results Suggest Limited Budgets Slow Law Enforcement's Adoption of Crime-Fighting Software

October 24, 2014
When Wynyard asked nearly 300 police chiefs, federal investigators, analysts, and other high-ranking law enforcement officials if they were using crime-fighting software, only 35 percent said yes; of those departments that were using crime-fighting software, 63 percent were using it to fight drug-related crimes. In the departments that were not using crime-fighting software, 70 percent said they would use it to fight drug crimes if they had it.

Researcher Says Twitter Analysis Can Predict Crime

March 20, 2014
While criminals occasionally taunt law enforcement via Twitter, few are dumb or bold enough to tweet their plans ahead of time.
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