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Technology-Newsletter-April-2010

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Dear P1 Member,

If your department has been struggling to find resources for how to educate community members about online crime, look no further than The Internet and Violence Prevention.

This project by Canadian officer Scott Mills and Crime Stoppers volunteer Eric Jacksch has a wealth of presentation documents to help officers educate students, parents, and other citizens about Internet crime. Check out the documents section for some ideas on how to get started.


— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured News
Raytheon's intriguing new iPhone app, One Force Tracker, has many applications, from dispatching patrols to coordinating a SWAT mission ... Mapping real-time incidents
Featured Tip
Eleven years after Columbine, students are still posting messages of hate on the web. So how can cops use the Internet to stop violence before it happens? Break down barriers
P1 Tech Help
Today's cops enjoy the ability of instant information exchange, writing reports on computers in their squad. Here are some useful tips and tricks for using all the "gizmos" your cruiser has to offer ... Getting the job done faster
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