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Police are Crunching Data to Stop Murders Before They Happen Article VIA Fortune - CLICK HERE for Complete Story Kansas City’s smart policing push users computers to find likely criminals and their associates. Civil rights groups say that tactic raises serious privacy questions. Kansas City had a murder problem. For the past decade it’s violent crime rate had made it one of the top ten dangerous cities in America. Then three years ago, city officials decided to try a strategy being used by a growing number of police departments across the country: smart policing. The idea is to sift through huge amounts of data to help prevent crime. Police and researchers use computers to figure out who is most … [Read more...]

Could the FBI See Your Selfies?

Investigative Database - FBI Can See Your Selfies?

Court case may enable FBI to request more photos for new facial recognition database. The FBI could have 52 million face images on file by 2015, according to new research. Article Courtesy of:  U.S News - By Tom Risen The FBI is preparing to launch a facial recognition database this summer that includes photos of people without criminal records- and a court case in New York may expand the ability of the government to request data from Facebook to help. The bureau’s database, called the Next Generation Identification system, or NGI, builds upon the government’s fingerprint database and is slated to be operational this summer, according to the FBI. This database will contain photos of anybody who … [Read more...]

FOR SALE: License Plate Investigative Database that Tracks Your Location

Investigative Database License Plate Scanners

 "Question More" Private License Plate Scanners Amassing Vast Databases Open to Highest Bidders Automated license plate readers used by car repo companies, for example, collect billions of personal records per year, which contribute to vast databases that can be used by law enforcement, insurance companies, banks, and the like, with few limits. BetaBoston, working with the Boston Globe, detailed one Boston repo company’s data collection abilities, reporting that New England Associates Inc. can collect $200 to $400 for each vehicle found by an automated reader attached to an unmarked car. The company says it can typically add 8,000 license plate scans to its database in Texas each … [Read more...]

Cyber Security – “The Virtual Battlefield”

Cyber Security

War Drums Beat Louder For 'World War C' Article Courtesy of: Kenneth Rapoza | Forbes A report by cyber security firm FireEye says cyber warfare expanding. The U.S. leads the charge in this virtual battlefield. If the lingo of cyber security experts, zombie warfare might that be that far fetched after all. Call it “World War C”, and it playing right now at a nation near you. It is quiet, mostly invisible and oddly as safe as it is dangerous. The ‘C’ in this war zone stands for cyberspace, and industry experts have been warning about it for the last five years.  The war drums are beating louder. Once limited to cybercrime stealing credit card numbers, cyber attacks are … [Read more...]

Predictive Policing Software

Predictive Policing Investigative Database - LP Police

Police play the odds in tracking crime:  Real Time Prediction Software Aids Investigations By Larry Barszewski | Article Courtesy of:  Sun Sentinel FORT LAUDERDALE — It may not be a crystal ball, but police are testing a new system that more accurately predicts the likelihood of crime in your neighborhood. The effort, called predictive policing, relies on computer software that analyzes information police have used for years, along with other data they may have never used before. It can all be done in real time, quickly putting the information at the fingertips of police, possibly finding correlations they didn't know existed. A better name might be "probability policing," … [Read more...]

New Law Enforcement Software Tools – LP Police

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LP Police Announces America’s Latest Investigative Software Tools that enable Law Enforcement & Government Agencies to Access Gun Permits, Licenses, Relatives, and Criminal Records Instantly.  LP Police provides investigators with instant real-time data, unlimited person/phone searches, VIP customer support/training and constant innovation. A Completely Redesigned and Easy to Use Interface Sets the Standard for Fast and Accurate Searches & Reports. (Boston, MA) – LP Police, America's #1 Person, Cell Phone Search and Link Analysis Database for Government & Law Enforcement has developed an entirely new design and online user experience with the addition of the latest data … [Read more...]

“She was careful to only keep items that were valued at under $10,000″

Jewelry

How a Tiffany's Employee Stole $1.3 Million in Jewelry By Eric Spitznagel | Article Courtesy of:  Business Week An executive at Tiffany & Co. allegedly stole $1.3 million worth of jewelry from the company. How did she do it? Very slowly, it seems. Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun, 46, worked as the vice president of product development at the jeweler’s Midtown Manhattan headquarters from January 2011 to February of this year, when her position was terminated due to downsizing. The F.B.I. claims that between November 2012 and her dismissal, 165 pieces of jewelry went poof, including “diamond bracelets, platinum, or gold diamond drop and hoop earrings, platinum diamond rings, and platinum and … [Read more...]

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