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September 06, 2011

Inside look at NYPD's $49M nerve center

The center for fighting crime recently moved to the second floor of 1 Police Plaza - Full Story
August 31, 2011

Police consider $30k drone to take over helicopter work

The unit fits inside a suitcase and is expected to aid crash analysts - Full Story
August 29, 2011

Police consider new lineup methods

NJ ruling may prompt wider policy changes - Full Story
August 24, 2011

NJ court orders changes to witness ID evidence

The new rules, once they are devised, will apply to future cases and two cases that prompted the ruling - Full Story
August 23, 2011

Digital video forensics on a budget

As more and more technology becomes available, not every police department can afford to use it - Full Story
August 18, 2011

Device finds child porn on WiFi

Law enforcement can use the Aircheck to check for online predators - Full Story
August 01, 2011

Video: Mini helicopter fires TASER prongs

The remote-controlled tool is currently tracking pirates in Africa - Full Story
July 18, 2011

Body cameras in Texas capture police view

"It's another way to cover us from somebody trying to make up something that we've done," an officer said - Full Story
July 10, 2011

Police say wearing video cameras offers protection

'It feels uncomfortable when I don't have it,' an officer said - Full Story
July 09, 2011

Calif. bill wouldn't limit cell phone evidence

Calif. legislation would allow cell phone evidence even if officers extracted the information without asking a judge - Full Story

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