August 25, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Police1 Member,

While technology has brought great benefits to our daily lives it has also facilitated the growth of digital crime. From ransomware to human trafficking, technology is being used for nefarious purposes in an online world that knows no borders. It can be challenging for police investigators to stay informed of trends and equipped with the products and software to apprehend online criminals.

With that in mind, here are two steps to take to combat cybercrime: How is technology helping or hindering your investigations? Email editor@police1.com.

The Police1 Team
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