Police Departments Have New Approaches for Cold Cases

Police Departments Have New Approaches for Cold Cases

How Police are Using Ancestry DNA Tests & Social Media to Solve Cold Cases Newport Beach PD Solves a 45 Year Old Case With New Methods If you are in law enforcement or have an interest in public safety, you may have noticed the recent wave of cold cases being solved....
A Prison Reform Was Just Passed

A Prison Reform Was Just Passed

A Prison Reform Bill Was Just Passed But What Does it Mean for Correctional Facilities & Prison Populations? On Tuesday, December 18, 2018 the US Senate passed the First Step Act bill with a vote of 87-12. This bill is a criminal justice reform that looks to make...
5 Examples of Body Cameras Exonerating Police Officers

5 Examples of Body Cameras Exonerating Police Officers

Lights, Camera, Action: 5 Examples of Body Cameras Exonerating Police Officers There is a lot of discussion around body cameras being used in law enforcement. With more police departments implementing cameras on their officers, the conclusive answer if the cameras...
Community Policing: When the Police Become Your Neighbor

Community Policing: When the Police Become Your Neighbor

Community Policing When the Police Become Your Neighbor   Community policing can be difficult to define, as different countries use this term in a variety of ways. In Singapore, community policing is defined as a program that reconnects with communities by...
Why are Our Firearms Going Missing?

Why are Our Firearms Going Missing?

Why are Our Firearms Going Missing? The steps we need to take to stop it During my police career I can recall reading numerous reports of missing equipment including firearms. Cops were having their handguns and Tasers stolen, sometimes right out of the glove...
Risk Assessment Technology to Reduce Overcrowded Prison Systems

Risk Assessment Technology to Reduce Overcrowded Prison Systems

Algorithm to Reduce Overcrowded Prison System? Philadelphia's Journey into Automating it's Court Processes. Across the United States, more than 600,000 people sit in jails who have not yet been convicted of a crime. Philadelphia jails, like many jails across the U.S.,...