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Tattoos Help Public Safety Officials Identify Bodies

Law Enforcement Embracing Computer Voice Stress Analyzer Technology

Innocent people are being exonerated in record numbers as new technologies such as DNA become more sophisticated and the Computer Voice Stress Analyzer (CVSA) is increasingly being used for truth verification instead of the old polygraph, says NITV Federal Services.

November 9, 2018

Apple's Double Standard

Apple's Double Standard

No American company should be allowed to foil the lawful work of American police in the name of privacy.

November 1, 2018

Microsoft Sees Increase in Requests for Information from Police
Court: Police Cannot Force Facebook to Wiretap Calls Via Messenger App
Police Advised to Not Look at Suspects' iPhone Screens

Police Advised to Not Look at Suspects' iPhone Screens

Face ID can work against law enforcement because if police officers look to many times at the screen before the subject does, it can "force the iPhone to request a potentially harder to obtain passcode instead," according to Motherboard.

October 16, 2018

"Fitbit" Data Leads California Police to Possible Murder Suspect
FBI Agents Compel Suspect to Unlock iPhone with Biometric Locking System

FBI Turns 3 Hackers into Assets Assisting in Anti-Hacking Investigations

Three convicted hackers—22-year-old Paras Jha, 21-year-old Josiah White, and 22-year-old Dalton Norman—continue to cooperate with the FBI on cybercrime and cybersecurity matters, as well as continued cooperation with and assistance to law enforcement and the broader research community, according to a DOJ press release.

September 21, 2018

Baton Rouge PD Adopts New Policy for Faster Release of OIS Videos

Baton Rouge police announced their Public Release of Critical Incident Recordings policy, which creates a protocol for the review of any recordings from critical incidents involving an officer and requires a decision from the police chief within 12 days about its public release.

August 22, 2018

Lawmaker Asks DOJ to Probe Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology

Lawmaker Asks DOJ to Probe Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology

In a letter to acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore — who leads DOJ's Civil Rights Division — Representative Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) said that "if not appropriately implemented, use of the technology may threaten the life and liberty of Americans with crushing force."

August 20, 2018