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Sharing crime data empowers law enforcement agencies to analyze information from various sources, unveiling emerging crime patterns at a regional level
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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
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New Mexico tops the list of U.S. states in terms of 911 call frequency, with 1,169 calls per 1,000 residents
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 program is intended to highlight residents of all ages with conditions or disabilities that make it difficult or impossible for them to verbally communicate with first responders, like autism, Alzheimer’s or a traumatic brain injury
“People should get used to hearing good news about BPD, and not just bad news,” an oversight director stated