Monthly Archives: November 2011

Law Enforcement Training

Crime fighting, police safety, and even career advancement in today’s world rely heavily on training.  Legal changes and modern approaches to crime are ever evolving.  There are many departments across the U.S. who introduce new training programs and present these … Continue reading

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Online Privacy and Law Enforcement Investigation

Jonathan Bick, adjunct professor at Pace University and Rutgers University’s law schools, has written an informative article that may change the way you view using your email and other online services.  The terms-of-use agreements “specifically state that ISPs are allowed … Continue reading

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Remembering Law Enforcement

Americans across our country celebrate Veterans Day in honor of our brave women and men who protect our nation.  Many police officers are former military, choosing to carry on the commitment to keep our communities safe. Jason Neal is currently … Continue reading

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Opting-Out Before You are Opted-In

          Understanding privacy for consumers especially privacy for cops can be confusing. Your browsing history, emails and text messages can all be easily accessed if your privacy controls are not the best. Weak passwords and security … Continue reading

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