Justice Information Sharing

IoT Applications and Instant Networks for Law Enforcement

With advanced technology, law enforcement agencies benefit from the ability to be at the right place at the right time — and with the right tools to enable critical communications so law enforcement officers have the real-time information they need.  With the capabilities of smart sensors, smart surveillance, license plate readers and recorders, and the ability to readily push this data to headquarters and responding emergency workers, the system can be advanced to reach vast capabilities in the detection, determination, and deterrence of criminal activity.

Join the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) in observing Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision Week (PPPS Week) from July 21-27. This year’s celebration theme is “Restoring Trust, Creating Hope,” which aims to raise awareness about the significant contributions made by community corrections individuals. Their efforts have a vital impact on people’s lives and on public safety in their communities.

2019 Annual National Association for Justice Information Systems Conference

Agenda

Whether you are looking at using evidence-based information sharing to support policy formation or refinement, building efficiencies into criminal justice within your jurisdiction, creating avenues to promote public safety, or looking for best practices, the 2019 National Association for Justice Information Systems (NAJIS) Annual Conference will have something of interest to all disciplines within the criminal justice community.

Who Should Attend

COAP Webinar Series: Making Data Simple – Dashboards and Visualization

Reviewing and discussing data with stakeholders can be challenging because people have different comfort levels with data and statistics. Sometimes the most effective way to communicate data findings is through the creation of effective data visualizations. Data dashboards have become popular because they can be easily explained and interpreted by a variety of users. In some cases, data dashboards allow the end user to manipulate the data and isolate individual variables, allowing further exploration and knowledge building.

The National Institute of Justice’s article, “Identifying New Illicit Drugs and Sounding the Alarm in Real Time,” highlights the work of Dr. Barry Logan, a chemist and forensic toxicologist specializing in identifying new drugs that enter the United States. Dr. Logan uses approaches that quickly alert drug enforcement agencies, crime laboratories, medical examiners, and health officials when those drugs come into the country. The article also demonstrates how U.S.

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