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The Violent Person File provides officers with information about individuals who may have a propensity for violence against law enforcement
The bill would provide for information sharing and dissemination, emulating the New Jersey State Police real-time crime center; there, agecies are tied into a real-time computer chat to report car thefts and information
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The study by First HELP and CNA Corporation identified more deaths by suicide between 2016 and 2022 than an FBI database; it emphasized the need for more accurate federal reporting
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The class action suit alleges LexisNexis faked identity thefts, froze credit files and damaged credit reports
Over 20 states have enacted legislation to provide digital mapping, site-specific labeling, critical details to first responders
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The officers say personal information about where they live and family information fell into the hands of criminals who used data brokers to access the information
“Well over 5,000 cops were attacked and injured last year – that’s not only a record, it’s a full-blown epidemic,” Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Hendry stated
The NYPD began an information exchange program with N.J. agencies, allowing law enforcement to share information about car thefts across state lines
OnSolve CodeRED will provide The ADAM Program with the first-ever targeted SMS alerting of missing children information to millions of US residents
New Mexico tops the list of U.S. states in terms of 911 call frequency, with 1,169 calls per 1,000 residents
An independent review was conducted after a 2018 report claimed more than 100 troopers had falsified racial profiling data; the review found most “falsified” records were unintentional errors
The new law requires officers to record the apparent race, gender and age of every person officers question, even if they are not suspected of committing a crime
The move comes as part of an effort to combat the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons epidemic; there are approximately 4,200 unsolved cases in the state
The NYPD and some legal experts say that the number of complaints pale in comparison “to the millions of interactions officers have with the public on an annual basis”