103rd International Association for Identification

103rd International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference Wrap Up

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Travel a 20-year detour in public service, stick to your standards, add some professional doubt, and you just might surpass your career goals after all. That’s what L-Tron Corporation’s Andrew McNeill did last month at the 103rd International Association for Identification (IAI) Educational Conference.   The retired Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy and certified IAI Senior Crime… Read More

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Roadside Safety: What should I do if I get pulled over?

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  What should I do if I get pulled over? How you can make it easier on yourself, and Law Enforcement?   You’re cruising along the highway, humming along to your favorite song, and thinking about your weekend plans. No, this isn’t the start of a sweet country song – next thing you know you spot… Read More

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9-11 And The Everyday

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  It was an everyday morning.  Almost.   The only thing out of ordinary was I had to put my uniform on early, well before my tour, and get to court.  The rare subpoena for Family Court was the source of my irritation at everything and everyone between me and there.  Of course, me –… Read More

Police Officers & Suicide

Mental Health: How Suicide Calls can Affect Officers

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False narratives disguised as advice are dangerous.   New York Times comprehensive coverage of suicide after the deaths of fashion designer Kate Spade and chef Anthony Bourdain held one disappointment. In the piece “What to Do When a Loved One Is Severely Depressed,” a mental health expert offers that in some cases, calling 911 may… Read More

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The Warehouse That Works (for you); Part IV

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Plan for Success – Automated Warehouse Solutions Delivers Results and ROI The last part in this four part series discusses how automation delivers results and ROI. Click here to read Part I, Part II, and Part III here. The Case for a Technology Partner While automating your warehouse step-by-(baby)step is simple and easy, it also… Read More

5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

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  The advancement of Internet of Things (IoT) and smart medical technology is continuing to break barriers and enhance patient healthcare. Here are five examples of the ways smart technology is improving healthcare, currently in use today:   Decreased wait times at the emergency room We’ve all experienced, or at least heard someone else’s experience,… Read More

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The Warehouse the Works (for you); Part III

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Receiving – Simple solutions to increase accuracy and productivity   You can read Part I and Part II off this series here. Automating your warehouse receiving functions helps you catch shortages, discrepancies and goods damaged-on-delivery in real time. You head off downstream problems before they start. Eliminating pen and paper and electronically capturing data in… Read More

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It’s All About Perspective, Part 2 – Spherical Images

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  Spherical 360-degree photography is revolutionizing crime scene evidence capture and courtroom presentation. In addition to capturing the crime scene with minimal disturbance and catering to today’s demands for hi-tech courtrooms, as discussed in “It’s all about Perspective Part One: Courtroom Perspective,” 360-degree spherical images have several outstanding applications.   A Virtual Reality Tool Spherical photography… Read More

Courtroom Perspective

It’s All About Perspective Part 1 – Courtroom Perspective

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Perspective /pər’ spektiv/ n. a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view. It’s All About Courtroom Perspective In the courtroom, it is the attorney’s job to influence the attitudes of the jury, and deliver a conviction by presenting solid evidence. Traditionally, courtroom perspective has been influenced by verbal testimony, still… Read More

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Share your Blue for Trooper Clark

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“Big things come in small packages.” Idiom or cliché.  Lesson or quip.  Difficult as it was to grasp as a child, it now makes complete sense. Same for small gestures.  They mean big things.   The Police Benevolent Association of the New York State Troopers is asking New Yorkers to “Go Blue” tomorrow by displaying… Read More