Police Case Management: Top 6 IT Problems

By: Michael Cunningham December 19, 2019

Police case management in the digital age has never been more important. But it’s also a significant pain point for an agency when it comes to development, implementation and maintenance. In this post, we’ll take a look at the six biggest IT hurdles to case management software and how departments...
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How to Earn (and Maintain) Law Enforcement Subject Matter Expertise

By: Ed Wallace November 21, 2019

Many in the law enforcement and emergency responder community – including police and fire departments, hazardous materials, emergency medical services, medical examiners and urban search and rescues – consult with subject matter experts (SME) on the job and eventually become one themselves post-retirement.
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Life After Law Enforcement: Career and Retirement Options

By: Ed Wallace September 16, 2019

In addition to serving our communities, we must always be thinking of how we support our families, which means we can’t lose sight of what we plan to do after the job. In this post, I’ll discuss various career and retirement options, so you can move forward with your life.
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What is Criminal Intelligence Database Software?

By: Michael Cunningham September 05, 2019

How can law enforcement efficiently capture tips to better inform the operational and investigative process? In this post, we’ll examine the importance of criminal intelligence database software and four key features your software must have.
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Police Officer Safety & Wellness: We Need to Focus on Mental Health

By: Ed Wallace August 01, 2019

Seven NYPD officers have taken their own life in 2019, as of July 27, 2019. And back in June, Chief Terence Monahan of the NYPD responded to another suicide with a disturbing fact: approximately 100 law enforcement officers across the nation had also taken their own lives to date. This is a...
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Protecting First Responders & Civilians: Why We Need the VCF [Opinion]

By: Ed Wallace July 19, 2019

In February 2019, the September 11th Victims Compensation Fund (VCF) announced that they were running out of funding and will have to cut payouts to victims. Resources are dwindling, but the number of victims claiming for family member deaths and toxin-related illnesses is still growing. What is going on, and...
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Facial Recognition Software for Fighting Crime: To Ban or Not to Ban

By: Michael Cunningham July 11, 2019

Today, law enforcement has a wide variety of technology tools at their disposal to help investigate, and sometimes even thwart, a crime. One of those tools, Facial Recognition Software (FRS), has been getting a lot of attention as of late. Much of this attention is due to San Francisco’s Board...
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3 Features Your Law Enforcement Case Management Software Must Have

By: Michael Cunningham June 13, 2019

Police investigations are the engine of the criminal justice system. They help investigators build the case in the field and prosecutors make the case in the courtroom. But none of this is possible without the right case management tools. In this post, we’ll look at 3 key features your law...
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