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The records manager in the Ramsey County, Minn., Sheriff’s Office can track evidence as it comes in from crime scenes and moves through the chain of custody.
The coordinated ransomware attack that hit 22 local governments in Texas illustrates the bind small agencies are in when it comes to defending against sophisticated attacks.
A contracting initiative allows Virginia agencies and NASPO ValuePoint participants to purchase drone services from a master contract.
Law enforcement officials are using video from the 3,200 streetlight cameras to investigate violent crimes.
The 911 Grant Program awarded 34 states and two tribal nations more than $109 million to help 911 call centers migrate to IP-enabled emergency networks.
Election officials warned that that a lack of money and resources as well as technical and logistical hurdles are preventing them from migrating their election systems to Windows 10.
The court also ordered the state to develop a contingency plan if its new equipment is not ready to be rolled out in time for the March 24 presidential primary.
The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has asked law enforcement officials to confiscate licenses from drivers they stop if the driver is on the MVA’s list to provide additional documentation.
FirstNet rolled out its five-year plan to guide the programs, activities and investments to ensure first responders have the communications tools they need.
Automating collections creates operational efficiency that can help agencies be more consistent, fair and ultimately more successful.
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