FULL LIST OF Analysis Topics
Q&A: The future of LPR systems in law enforcement–
ELSAG Senior VP Jason Laquatra tells PoliceOne how the company is enhancing license plate reader technology as well as the user experience
Why data matters in policing–
Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis talks analytics, predictive policing and cloud computing
How a new CAD system is designed to provide police with more data–
Timely access to verified information can help dispatchers and officers respond swiftly and safely
4 key considerations when purchasing cloud-based software–
From RMS to CAD systems, focus on your agency’s goals to find the best solution
How license plate readers are helping one California PD catch more criminals–
Police in La Verne use fixed LPR cameras to create a virtual fence around the city
NY cops look to stop crime before it happens through data analysis–
Predictive analysis — the digital dissection of police data to identify likely offenses, their locations and even perpetrators — may sound like a concept straight out of the science fiction film "Minority Report"
P1 Roll Call: Boston aftermath & lessons; 'Not Today' in Ft. Worth–
For the week of April 26, Dave Smith recaps the Boston bombing manhunt, discusses the foiled Canadian railway terror plot, and discusses the 23% increase in LODDs so far in 2013 - plus, check out this week's 'Not Today' moment from Ft. Worth, Texas.
P1 Roll Call: Marathon Bombing; Texas explosion–
For the week of April 19, Dave Smith discusses the Boston Marathon Bombing, the West, Texas industrial explosion that left at least 12 dead and 200 injured, the death of a paralyzed OKC officer, and this week's 'Not Today' moment. This week’s Roll Call is brought to you by
Ocean Systems at IACP 2012–
Bryan Kerrigan of Ocean Systems talks with Dave Smith about forensic video image and audio analysis for law enforcement, and how this technology applies to every day situations.
PoliceOne top 5
- Lawmaker says anti-cop Capitol painting is coming down
- Federal prosecutors won't charge SC deputy in viral video incident
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Can Baltimore's police reform deal survive Trump's DOJ?
- New Orleans considers gun-spotting cameras
Quiz: Where should you take your long-overdue police vacation?
Being a cop isn't easy. You deserve a relaxing vacation, whether your chief believes you or not.