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Why cops should be using cloud storage to organize digital evidence Melissa Mann - The Voice on the Radio

Why cops should be using cloud storage to organize digital evidence

Here's how cloud storage can help you make sense of the data and make it easily accessible when you need it - Full Story

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License plate readers a double-edged sword for NY village

License plate readers a double-edged sword for NY village

"It is a tremendous amount of workload that has been increased due to this new technology" - Full Story

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SF chief to renew push to equip officers with TASERs

The chief believes if the 5 cops who fatally shot Mario Woods were armed with TASERs, the suspect would be alive - Full Story

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Video: Utah police rescue man trapped in McDonald's drive-thru

Officers were able to free the unresponsive man by pushing his vehicle away from the wall - Full Story

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Subway riders dismiss NYPD plan to wake snoozing passengers

Being able to doze during a commute, if you can get a seat, is one of the little luxuries that sets New York life apart - Full Story

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Lawmakers say pay raise due for Wash. State Patrol

A 7.5 percent across-the-board raise is the main tenet of one proposed solution - Full Story

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Gunmen disguised as Dublin police target boxing fans, 1 dead

Witnesses in the lobby said both attackers disguised as police carried assault rifles.

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Video: Gunmen disguised as Dublin police target boxing fans, 1 dead

Witnesses in the lobby said both attackers disguised as police carried assault rifles - Full Story

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Robbery suspect brandishing replica gun shot, wounded by Mich. deputy

The suspect had removed the orange tip on his replica handgun.
Robbery suspect shot by police

Calhoun County Sheriff Department provided the Enquirer a dashboard camera video of an officer shooting robbery suspect Derrick Shirk after the man pointed what turned out to be a toy gun at the officer. Shirk survived. (Warning: graphic video)

Posted by Battle Creek Enquirer on Thursday, February 4, 2016



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