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Within the past year or so a phenomena has happened, so many different people have become obsessed with fitness trackers. These trackers are supposed to help the wearer be healthier. Different fitness tracker have varied and different features. Some trackers are able to only measure the amount of time that the wearer is active, [...]Continue Reading →
Follow the money trail in an investigation of the crime, and more often than not you will solve the crime. Money is one of the biggest motivators of crime. From drug cartels to human trafficking, money is the primary incentive for a criminal enterprise to engage in crime. It has been estimated that 1.6 [...]Continue Reading →
On March 20, 2015 By Reed Nixon March 20, 2015
Cell phones have become an unquestionably ubiquitous part of everyday life for a large majority of Americans. Many take their phones with them everywhere and use them for numerous functions throughout the course of their day. Consequently people often inadvertently or purposefully store a host of personal information on such devices. The Supreme Court [...]Continue Reading →
On July 16, 2013 By Michael Silliman July 27, 2013
The recent events surrounding Edward Snowden and the NSA surveillance program are bringing domestic law enforcement surveillance into the public consciousness. In particular, the implications of Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs), used by law enforcement agencies all over the country, are being reevaluated.
The recently implemented technology consists of a camera linked to a processing [...]Continue Reading →
On September 1, 2010 By Susan Reilly August 31, 2010
In Paris Hilton’s third encounter with law enforcement in the past three months, she was charged with felony drug possession which could earn her probation that, if violated, comes with a one to four-year jail sentence. Late last Friday night, a Las Vegas police officer pulled over Hilton’s vehicle, driven by her boyfriend, Cy [...]Continue Reading →
Dell has created and launched a package of software designed to help police catch and convict criminals by preserving, organizing, and analyzing digital evidence. The software enables users to create and manage their own datacenters–repositories of evidence and information on criminal suspects.
One advantage this type of data management provides to law enforcement [...]Continue Reading →
On March 10, 2009 By JETLaw March 10, 2009
In response to the nation’s desire to increase preventative measures against crime and terrorism, the last decade has seen the emergence of numerous fusion centers across the nation. Fusion centers are a new kind of governmental entity designed to better facilitate the collection and sharing of information by various governmental agencies. Such fusion [...]Continue Reading →
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