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Technology-Newsletter-April-2009

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In this issue we feature insight from one of the leading experts on information sharing techology, helpful tips for writing technology into your grant proposals, and the top tech news from April.

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From Digital Ally
Critical Analysis
Technology isn't the problem
Organizational inertia, structural and operational barriers, and an array of cultural and behavioral impediments are preventing collaboration between police agencies and the intelligence community ... Full article
Video news
Dalton (GA) Police Department interviewed about using Twitter
Twitter, an increasingly popular social networking site, is helping Dalton, Ga. police to post crime news, search for suspects, and alert citizens to important law enforcement news in the community ... Watch video
P1 Tech help
Tips for writing technology purchases into your grant proposals
Before applying for a technology-based grant, I suggest reviewing your department's current technological inventory. I'm talking about computer servers, computer work stations, and mobile computer terminals (MCT’s). Once the inventory is complete, figure out what your needs are ... Full tip
Technology News

Calif. police link home security cameras to department

LAPD finds administrative success using new software

New fingerprinting technique could crack cold cases

Colo. police develop database for tips

FBI database links long-haul truckers, serial killings

Fla. police cameras analyze thousands of license tags
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