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August 16, 2013 – 5,359 views
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Everyone has the right to privacy, whether they are at work or at home. Privacy is a human right which allows you to seclude yourself or something about yourself and to limit access by others. This does not only mean physical seclusion but also includes information and relational seclusion. People have a tendency to violate this privacy to gain information about something or someone. There is some information that should not be shared with the entire world and people should be aware of that... Full Story 
August 7, 2013 – 4,669 views
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Discovering evidence is an important element for law enforcement personnel as it is the basis for a prosecution or defense. Several years ago, evidence was in the form of tangible items such as clothing and accessories which had to be analyzed through a series of forensics. With the advent of technology, digital evidence has become the focus for many law enforcement departments to discover key pieces of... Full Story 
July 19, 2013 – 4,823 views
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Digital Evidence is information stored or transmitted in binary form which may be found in a computer, USB Drive, CD, or a mobile phone among other media. Digital Evidence is relied upon in court. Although formerly associated mostly with e-crime, digital evidence is now used to prosecute all types of crimes... Full Story 
July 11, 2013 – 2,146 views
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Reasonable force is a legal term that refers to the amount of force necessary to discourage an attacker from causing harm to a person or his property, without causing a lot of injury or loss to the attacker than needed. Theoretically, the amount of force that is reasonable is the amount determined as appropriate by an impartial observer to the event, considering the circumstances... Full Story 
June 20, 2013 – 1,874 views
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The relationship that a locality’s law enforcement personnel share with the civilian population of the area plays a huge role in not only maintaining the peace, but also in solving a number of crimes and other disputes. A good relationship will encourage many common citizens to come forward with helpful information as a result of the healthy trust levels between both parties... Full Story 
June 10, 2013 – 1,888 views
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The Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking devices should not be confused with the GPS that is found in cars. The latter is a navigation system, which ensures that you find a correct route to your destination. A GPS tracking device is used to track a vehicle, person, or item in real-time as it moves from one location to another... Full Story 
May 17, 2013 – 3,133 views
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In some circles, the use of tourniquets by the EMS (Emergency Medical Services) and the law enforcement agencies have been condemned as being ineffective due to its limited scope. But regardless of these opinions, it is a fact that these devices have been used to save lives in the city streets and battlefields. They have been responsible for saving many lives that would have otherwise perished. So, providing training to all police officers about the correct usage of these tourniquets will definitely prepare them for a situation in which one of them, or a citizen, has been shot or injured in some way... Full Story 
May 14, 2013 – 2,092 views
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Police officers make regular traffic stops, even in some of the country's busiest jurisdictions, due to the violation of traffic rules. Officers who are proactive utilize these situations to check for and detect a bigger crime in progress. While this increases the efficiency of these checks, it can also increase the amount of risk involved in these encounters. Drivers can sometimes get irritated and pose a potential threat for violence. But there are a few tips that an officer can follow to ensure maximum safety in these situations... Full Story 

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