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Crime Scene Preservation–
Dave Smith talks with Donnie Barker, Crime Scene Trainer at IPTM, about the basics of crime scene investigation. Donnie specializes in crime scene processing and technology. He emphasizes the importance of protecting and preserving a crime scene until the experts arrive. The first responders are just as equally as responsible for the evidence as the investigators that arrive to the scene.
GPS Tracking by LandAirSea Aids Murder Investigation–
This murder investigation concluded with the conviction of George Ford found guilty.
Handcuffed prisoner escapes from squad car–
The officer involved was originally issued a three-day suspension.
FTR Interrogator Digital Recording Solution for Police Interview Rooms–
Short video that highlights the FTR Interrogator product for recording police interviews. Learn about the key features, capabilities and benefits!
Forensics technology for TASER application–
When an officer deploys a TASER, some information is forensically stored on the device, but some information is not. For example, whether or not the discharge was a hit, a miss, or a partial discharge, has not — until now — been easily identifiable. Officer Chris Myers of the Seattle Police Department explains how one of the forensics experts with the Washington State Patrol Crime Laboratory has devised a new way to determine the approximate length of a TASER discharge by looking at the TASER probe itself.
Don't let your gloves give you away–
During an arrest, many suspects will see the common medical gloves — colored in blue and green and white — as a cue of imminent arrest. You may be able to deter and immediate threat from this by disguising your gloves. There are solutions available on the market that are harder to notice as being medical gloves which are at least worth looking into.
Forensic Video Analysis and Clarification Using dTective from Ocean Systems–
Ocean Systems dTective powered by Avid Systems is the most powerful and widely used video evidence analysis and audio evidence analysis system. With dTective, you can easily enhance Digital (DVR) and Analog (Tape) evidence with a host of forensic clarification processes. This video is a groundbreaking weapon in the fight to capture and convict those who choose to break the law. Evidence captured on video has been found to be more accurate, more reliable, and more convincing than eyewitness testimony alone. But clear images are only part of the picture.
Close Cases Faster with CLEAR an Online Investigative Tool from Thomson Reuters–
CLEAR - Thomson Reuters as showcased on the television show Police Tech TV. Filmed on-location at IACP in Orlando.
Raw: Officer foils second robbery–
Police say an officer, who went to an Ohio pharmacy to pick up security video of another robbery hours earlier, stopped a second robbery. The incident at a Walgreens in Dayton was caught on surveillance tape.
Tim Goergen: Building a Positive Organization–
Dave Smith sits down with Street Survival Instructor, Chief Tim Goergen, to discuss effective ways to facilitate organizational change. He explains the importance of coming up with a plan and taking into consideration all parts of the organization that will be affected by a new policy or piece of equipment. If you want to help your agency come up with innovative ways to make positive changes, the first step is to create a plan with a list of action items.
Terror threat on the border–
PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie here... I've been howling about this issue for more than eight years — probably more like nine years — and I know I'm not alone. Law enforcers have been fighting this threat much longer than that. If you would like to add your voice to the column I'm writing about this for an upcoming PoliceOne Newsletter, please send me an email with your brief comment, as well as your name and agency.
Officer-involved shooting (part 1)–
Watch this dash-cam video of an officer-involved shooting and try to determine whether the use of force was justified. After doing so, watch the second video.
Responder 1000 File Manager–
A quick look at using the Responder 1000 File Manager from Decatur Electronics. See how to organize, search for and find the video evidence you need.
Light at the End of the Tunnel: Ending Gang Violence–
Bill Bratton, Chief of Police at LAPD discusses ending gang violence, mentioning LA as the birthplace of the gangs that have spread across the United States and how we can come together to solve the issue of gang violence.
Body Language: Detecting Deceit–
Law enforcement expert Jim Glennon explains how to pick up signs when communicating with people. The key is to read the signs in order to determine whether a suspect is lying, telling the truth, or hiding something. Jim takes a look at a few different scenarios and points out the key indicators to look for in order to stay alert and safe on the job.
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