Those who worked at Ground Zero, the Fresh Kills Land Fill and the NYC Office of Chief Medical Examiner’s morgue were all needlessly exposed to a toxic cocktail of biologicals, chemicals, heavy metals and carcinogenic materials.
Modern police departments can increase solvability, improve courtroom readiness and boost overall agency effectiveness. But only with the right approach to investigation case management. In this post, we’ll look at 5 things they do better than anyone else.
As the opioid crisis worsens law enforcement is increasingly called upon to intervene.
While forensic practices have come a long way, work must be done to improve standards in order for law enforcement to conduct more efficient and trustworthy criminal investigations.
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?
Tattoos, birthmarks, height, weight, motor vehicle information … all of these seemingly minor details can actually make a big difference in whether a criminal case is solved or not.
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.
Want to handle a surplus in leads but not sure how? Check out our law enforcement lead scoring tips to managing a large-scale investigation, no matter the agency size.
The future of forensic standards for law enforcement is still in question, but getting prepared for potential changes is essential.
These features and benefits are all non-negotiable when it comes to selecting case management software for your law enforcement agency.