May 25, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear Police1 Member,

As part of our ongoing commitment to showcase the latest advances in law enforcement technology, we launched a #TECHTUESDAY segment in the Police1 Member newsletter. Three recent articles featured in this section have direct relevance to investigations. Check those articles out below and be sure to bookmark our Police Technology Product Center page to easily access the latest content and product information:

Using laser scanning technology to extract data from video evidence

How search-based investigative intel can aid police operations

How to turn the data tsunami into actionable intelligence

How is your agency using technology to improve your police investigations? Email editor@police1.com.

Stay safe,

The Police1 Team
The most prolific serial killer in history stopped by police working separately, together
By Lt. Dan Marcou 
Samuel Little’s case demonstrates a commonly voiced complaint of veteran officers: A post-arrest criminal justice system that shows more compassion for criminals than victims
5 things to know about the Vidocq Society
By Sarah Calams 
The society, which was founded in 1990, is a members-only club in Philadelphia; the group focuses their efforts on solving cold case homicides
Puncturing a castle defense: Inconsistencies between suspect's account and forensic evidence
By Dr. Geoff Desmoulin 
The suspect admitted he had stabbed his friend multiple times, claiming the killing was done in self-defense; an investigation proved otherwise
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7 investments worth every penny for law enforcement investigators
By Jim Twardesky 
Simple tips, tools and services to help detectives crack cases
Crime scene photography using off-the-shelf gear: Part 2
By Ron LaPedis 
How lenses, lighting and color balance achieve the most accurate representation of in situ evidence
Using drones for documentation missions
By Major Christian Quinn 
UAS offer public safety a tool that can bridge the gap between spaces that are too high to reach with a ladder, and too low for manned aviation to be effective
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