There’s a certain “Zen” in what ways a crime scene is documented. Thinking behind documentation – “finding mindful awareness of the present” – is as important as methods used. An investigator can have all the current tech available to document a crime, but if they aren’t “in the moment,” their case can fall apart.
The history of crime mapping, body-worn cameras, police drones and other Law Enforcement technology parallels the history of civilian technology; it began a few decades ago, took off rapidly and hasn't stopped since. It can be daunting to stay on top of current trends and weed out what technology is here to stay and worth investing in. Here are 3 ways to keep your Law Enforcement Agency technology current.
Empowering First Responders - Police and Educator Cooperation. Few question the value of interaction between police and schools. But some reject the idea of a School Resource Officer for an entire district, never mind each school. Hear from three agencies partnering with schools and universities proactively planning for active shooter incidents.