Transforming Law Enforcement Through Technology

Transforming Law Enforcement Through Technology

Crime never stops, and nor does the law in bringing it to justice. But as technology gets smarter, so do criminals, and local law enforcement should think of using all available resources to keep up. And when people’s lives are at stake, those leading the charge know it’s imperative to do all we can. So what do we mean when we talk about transforming law enforcement? What fundamental changes will it take, what is that dream state in policing, and how can new technologies, including messaging, social media, mobility, robotics and even “predictive policing” concepts raising increasingly sci-fi possibilities, help us get there?


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