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Ga. authorities probe unsolved lynchings

Related articles: DNA database helping Ohio police get leads in unsolved cases, San Diego detectives... - Full Story


Product Roundup: In-car Video

Ed Note: PoliceOne recently ran a technology feature about “the good, the bad, and the techie”... - Full Story


Addressing video evidence at trial

Val Van Brocklin says that for any video evidence used at trial, law enforcement officials ought to expect... - Full Story


Learn about YOU with your in-car camera

That video dash cam in your patrol car’s front window may be one of the best training tools you have... - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Two Calif. departments unknowingly probe same mysterious murder

By Jill Leovy Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES - Late one night in 2003, a body was found in a scorched minivan... - Full Story


Limited funds hinder child porn fight

By Wendy Koch The USA TODAYWASHINGTON, D.C. — More than 624,000 computers in the USA have traded... - Full Story


Remote check on vehicle movement

During surveillance, you can check, unobserved, whether a vehicle has moved and returned to its usual parking space by using binoculars to note the positions of the valve stems on the wheels. Note the position of the stems and analogize them to clock-hand positions. For instance, the front tire could be at 3 o’clock and the rear tire at 6 o’clock. This could be noted as 3-6 or 3:30. The chances of the vehicle being driven and parked with the valve stems in the same position are extremely slim. The wheels of a car do move roughly in unison, but the valve stems change positions in relation to each other each time the car turns, parallel parks or hits a hole in the pavement. Try it in your parking lot with your own car and you will see that a single trip around the lot will throw the wheels out of sync. - Full Story Secure - Login Required


Call for cell phone forensics the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Call for cell phone forensics

The functionality of cellular phones today rivals that of personal digital assistants (PDAs) and even l... - Full Story


Mo. cold case slayings solved after 3 decades

The Associated Press CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. — The cold-case slayings of five women have been solved after... - Full Story


Ind. police find $440,000 hidden in car

Related: Six vehicle concealment alerts shared by P-1 members Associated Press CROWN POINT, Ind. — A... - Full Story

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