Deltek Senior Analyst Jeff Webster reports.
This year, San Diego, Calif. played host to the 35th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Law Enforcement Information Management (LEIM) Conference. In typical fashion, the conference covered issues directly impacting the nations crime-fighting abilities. Topics included radio interoperability, broadband networks, license plate technologies, and many more. Given its location, the conference offered insight into what border states like California are doing to combat crime and utilize enhanced public safety technologies. The attendees and presenters proved how border states operate under a totally different dynamic than land-locked states. Since border agencies require an added layer of protection, it is no surprise that the techniques and strategies used by these agencies are cutting edge and forward thinking.
INPUT recently released its Analyst Recap of IACP LEIM, which covers the following sessions:
- Intelligence-led policing and the challenges of implementing technologies with the smaller agency
- A discussion on mobile computing
- The advantages of digital media: transitioning, safeguards and security
- ALPR data sharing/interoperability, policy and procedures
- Maryland State Polices LPR system
- Fixed ALPR best practices
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