Monthly Archives: December 2016

Due to the holidays, Privacy for Cops support options may be limited December 22 to January 1.

Privacy for Cops will be closed December 26 and January 2. We appreciate your patience during this time.

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Law Enforcement Officers Concerned About Waze App

There is no doubt that smartphones have taken over and become one of the most common pieces of technology in the world. Millions of Americans use them constantly on a daily basis to stay in touch, text, message, check email, … Continue reading

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Should Police Officers be Entitled to Privacy While On Duty?

These days it seems like personal privacy is on everyone’s minds. From personal privacy to online privacy, everyone, including police officers needs to be well aware of their rights. There is a lot of controversy today regarding just how much … Continue reading

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As Cop Killings Increase – Vigilance Needs to Increase

Over the course of the last few months, the number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty has been on the rise. In recent weeks, it seems as though you can’t go more than a couple of … Continue reading

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Keep Yourself from Becoming the Target of Doxing

In a recent report seen on CBS, it was noted that following the fatal shooting of a civilian by a Los Angeles police officer, an unknown individual posted that officer’s personal information online. The information provided included his name, home … Continue reading

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