In case you missed it, the month of September marks the 60th anniversary of the Civil Rights Division (CRD) of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
Posts Tagged: Law
A pilot program recently implemented in the Netherlands leverages augmented reality to send visual guidance from remote experts to crime scene investigators in the field.
The longest-running television crime drama was “Law and Order,” hitting the airwaves for a consecutive twenty seasons. I would argue that the effectiveness of the series had a lot to do with the balance of airtime between the “law” and the “order” side of the criminal justice system. Therefore, as a continuation of my blog… Read more »
In the mobile consumer and perhaps even the enterprise world, there is no doubt that software-as-a-service (SaaS) is here to stay. On a daily basis, there are new and wonderful SaaS products and providers popping up with the likes of the 500 pound guerrillas such as Google,Microsoft and Facebook; everyone is looking to get in… Read more »
April 8th, 2014, will mark the end of an era, and, for some, the beginning of something new. On this date, Microsoft will be ending its support of Windows XP, as well as Office 2003. This is a scheduled termination, and it means that businesses using XP will need to migrate to a modern, fully-supported… Read more »
Benefit to help honor the service and sacrifice of America’s law enforcement officers and to promote officer safety Ashburn, VA (November 14, 2013). The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing and safeguarding for justice, public safety, and homeland security—will host the 4th Annual Badge & Tech Benefit & Awards Dinner on… Read more »
Criminal Justice Information Services Program Advisory Committee compiles essential resources in guide to help industry implement N-DEx Ashburn, VA (October 29, 2013). The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security—announces the publishing of the Criminal Justice Information Services Program Advisory Committee’s (CPAC) resource document titled… Read more »
Police departments across the U.S. are piloting crime prevention programs that rely on a smart analysis of historical crime data in neighborhoods across their cities. And they are finding that they can cut burglaries by as much as 27 percent! City police departments across the country are turning traditional police officers into “data detectives.” Police… Read more »
It would be nice to say we live a truly wonderful country where all is well and good, but that’s not the reality. It would be nice to say we can trust the police and law enforcement to always do the right thing, but that is not reality anymore (too many rapists, cops that break… Read more »
I admit I felt flattered the first time someone plagiarized my work online. It was oddly empowering to know someone liked my writing enough to steal it. Of course, I then smacked the offending party down hard and fast, because as a freelance writer, my writing is my livelihood. Duplicating my content steals my hard… Read more »