Posted by Tyler Wood, Director of Operations at Case Closed Software. Investigation Case Management (ICM) and Major Case Management (MCM) for law enforcement have always required a great deal of effort. Keeping track of every lead, every record, every relevant piece of information always takes time and manpower. Especially if the agency is stuck using … More Save a tree… Go digital for investigation case management!
The notion that law enforcement fusion centers regularly violate individuals’ privacy rights as they capture intelligence on gangs, terrorist activities, organized crime, and other threats to public safety is simply not true. That, according to a study published in the Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. The paper, “Law Enforcement Fusion Centers: Cultivating an Information Sharing Environment while Safeguarding … More Criminal Intelligence Databases: Violations of privacy rights are the exception, not the rule.
The following article originally appeared at In Public Safety, and is a highly recommended read. It was written by Erik Kleinsmith at American Military University. Crime Tech Weekly is posting the article in its entirety for our readers’ convenience… By Erik Kleinsmith Staff, Intelligence Studies, American Military University On November 24, 1971, a man using the … More Hunting for D.B. Cooper – A study in analytics.
September 16, 2016 – (Leander, TX) Crime Tech Solutions, a fast-growing provider of low cost / high performance crime fighting software and analytics is delighted to announce the addition of Jamie May as senior analyst and strategic advisor to the company. Ms. May has spent over 17 years as a crime and intelligence analyst for Overland Park … More Overland Park senior crime analyst Jamie May joins Crime Tech Solutions
The headline on OPB.org is rather silly, actually…. Why Is The State Of Oregon Conducting Intelligence Work? Well, you know, because Intelligence work is kind of important. The question isn’t ‘why’… the question is ‘how’. Read on… The article is an excellent read, and outlines precisely why compliance with Federal regulation 28 CFR Part 23 is … More Why is Oregon conducting Intelligence work?