As a critical source of record, body cameras can help connect the dots in the course of an investigation. But will political interests, privacy concerns and a few bad apples derail the conversation?
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How do you lock down the management of a law enforcement tips and leads hotline? There are three big decision points that give an agency the best chance to properly setup a hotline and ensure it receives the solid information needed to create investigative successes.
ShotSpotter has two environmental initiatives which have shown great technical promise – protecting rhinos in Africa from poaching and locating fish bomb blasts in the tropics. The poaching initiative will be discussed in another blog while protecting tropical reefs and communities from Blast Fishing is discussed here. Blast Fishing, scarcely...
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