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In this issue, PoliceOne Columnist Tim Dees takes a hard look at what departments can do to enhance computer security. In the wake of the Arizona Public Safety hackers' release of officers' personal information — including e-mail passwords and Social Security numbers — it's worth considering. Just as you need to keep your physical body safe on the job, so should you safeguard any information stored on a personal computer.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Tech Feature
What's on your computer?
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
In theory, any computer connected to the internet can be remotely penetrated, but it's far more likely that your agency's network will be a target. A troubling reality of the internet
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Tech Feature
JetScan iFX i100 Currency Scanner
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
A new gadget from Cummins Currency counts money, records serial numbers, and eliminates the need for photocopying. 99.99% accurate
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Tech Feature
Where would we be without software?
By John Rivera, PoliceOne Contributor
Countless aspects of our work are directly affected by computer software in one form or another. Word-processing to crime-fighting
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