Can Your Region Benefit from a Centralized Law Enforcement Organization Database?

Once the domain of federal agencies and major software vendors, centralized regional databases have become a growing trend among small and midsized agencies since 9/11: powerful, cloud-based tools designed to track a variety of criminal justice, strategic, and administrative data. While not without challenges, the technology offers great promise to organizations with neighbors willing to participate.

2019-05-22T13:27:33-04:00May 22nd, 2019|Law Enforcement, Local & Tribal|

Law Enforcement and Field Training: The Evolution of a Decades-Old Process for Modern Departments

Borne from a bureaucratic personnel issue turned tragedy, the San Jose Police Department’s “Field Training Plans” are arguably the most influential addition to industry training protocol in half a century—and undoubtedly the most widespread. Using their Field Training and Evaluation Program as a starting point, this paper will discuss the practice, its influence, and the positive impact technology can have in its continued evolution

Wave of Cyberattacks Against Public Sector Agency Underscores Need for Digital Security Training

Across the country, public sector organizations have found themselves subjected to an ever-intensifying wave of financially and politically motivated cyberattacks. For responder organizations, taking preventative measures means saving money, protecting privacy, and maintaining public trust—making effective cybersecurity training for personnel a critical first step.

2018-10-31T14:55:56-04:00October 31st, 2018|General, Homeland Security, Homeland Security, Readiness|