Crime Prevention

Join the Police Foundation for the webinar “How to Integrate Data from New and Emerging Law Enforcement Technology” on Wednesday, December 5 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Attend a Webinar on How to Integrate Data from New and Emerging Law Enforcement Technology

Facial recognition, optical character recognition systems, drones, and mobile devices are all making their way into law enforcement agencies at a fast pace. Each of these systems is bringing new data sources, which enhance and can be integrated with existing data systems. This webinar will highlight these new and emerging technologies, as well as other technologies such as body-worn cameras and license plate recognition systems; the data they provide; and practical examples of integrating the data for investigations and crimefighting efforts.

Webinar - The Changing Nature of Crime and Criminal Investigations

Crime is evolving rapidly, creating new challenges for law enforcement agencies. By using computers, communications platforms, and other technologies, criminals commit crimes that were unheard of a decade or two ago, while also finding different ways to commit traditional crimes. For law enforcement agencies to keep up in this new environment, they must change their approach to criminal investigations. Physical evidence and witness statements are no longer sufficient in many cases.

Join the Justice Clearinghouse for the webinar “Intelligence-Driven Strategies: Creating an Integrated Approach for Justice Agencies” on Thursday, November 15 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET. During the webinar, participants will learn about intelligence-driven strategies that help enhance security and reduce crime.

The webinar session will address the following key questions:

FY 2018 Justice Reinvestment Initiative: Funding Opportunities for State, Local, and Tribal Agencies and TTA Providers

This webinar will introduce the fiscal year 2018 funding opportunities offered through two solicitations, including a new grant program that provides direct assistance for state, local, and tribal justice agencies and jurisdictions to develop, implement, and test data-driven and evidence-based responses to high-cost drivers of crime and other compelling public safety challenges. The presenters will also discuss the related funding opportunity available to training and technical assistance providers.

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