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Mar 30, 2021

The Benefits of Transparent Data for Both Leaders and the Community

Accurate and accessible data offers vital transparency for public safety leaders. Agencies can be better prepared for incidents, public scrutiny, and legal action by tracking data in a usable, quickly accessible, holistic system.

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Mar 4, 2021

A Closer Look at Qualified Immunity

Amid use-of-force and misconduct concerns, recent calls for ending qualified immunity in law enforcement have spurred deeper evaluations of when and how to protect police officers from civil lawsuits.

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Readiness of Law Enforcement Agencies Infographic
Jan 13, 2021

The Readiness of Law Enforcement Agencies Infographic

View survey results rating law enforcement preparedness in the areas of hiring, training, data management, and demonstrating compliance in this infographic.

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Dec 22, 2020

Eliminating Performance Gaps with Data Solutions

Gaps in recordkeeping are a perennial risk for public safety organizations, leaving them vulnerable to legal action and open to public criticism. Fortunately, these gaps are easily prevented with modern technology.

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Nov 17, 2020

The Steps to Better Policing: Start Locally, Get Support Nationally

In the wake of the public uproar over the use of deadly force, and the need for police to better protect the communities they serve (as well as themselves), Americans of all backgrounds must come together and forge common-sense solutions at both local and national levels.

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Nov 12, 2020

Three Ways We’re Using Technology to Support Police Accountability and Change

In a ‘Tech Talks Daily’ podcast interview with Neil C. Hughes, Ari Vidali of Envisage Technologies speaks to the power of technology in addressing some of the challenges facing policing today. With greater scrutiny from the public at large, it is imperative that the technology supporting law enforcement is both transparent and historic.

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Nov 10, 2020

Important Reasons Why You Need To Be Tracking Misconduct

Listen to Victoria Mathews from the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) discuss how her organization currently manages cases and tracks decertifications, their plans to use new features to standardize case investigation, and a framework for implementing these changes.

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Sep 22, 2020

Why Federal Agencies Need Better Online Security

Each year, the government collects and stores more and more sensitive information on citizens. We’ve all seen the frequent stories of major hacks and cyber-intrusions at government agencies. That raises the question: How confident can citizens be that their personal information can’t be accessed by someone like 100,000 cyber-espionage experts in the Chinese military, or similar cyber-specialists working for Russia, Iran and North Korea?

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Sep 10, 2020

Quick Tips! Managing Officer Misbehavior Before It Becomes a Big Problem

Law enforcement’s current space in the public eye makes systems like these especially vital, but the same idea applies in other industries. The more you know about an employee’s work and training history, the more likely you are to catch and address problems early.

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Sep 1, 2020

Five Keys to Leading Through the Policing Crisis

This six-part webinar series explores the keys to building and managing tomorrow’s police department. Critical conversations examine hiring practices, how to choose the right mission focus, why culture matters, striving for transparency, data-driven leadership, and more. It’s everything you can do now to ensure success tomorrow.

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