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Training, Education, and Liability Issues for Law Enforcement Scientists and Engineers
Editor(s): Trudy K. Overlin; Kathryn J. Stevens
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2939
Date Published: 21 January 1997
Softcover: 15 papers (120) pages
ISBN: 9780819423412

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Challenge of emerging technologies: balancing the needs of law enforcement against the duty to protect individual rights
Author(s): James A. Lingerfelt
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Liabilities and other potential ramifications from the adoption of trailblazing law enforcement technology
Author(s): Robert E. Cansler
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Liability: the complicated task of licensing law enforcement technologies
Author(s): Larry W. Hops; Trudy K. Overlin
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Limiting liability via high-resolution image processing
Author(s): L. Eric Greenwade; Trudy K. Overlin
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Human reliability assessment: tools for law enforcement
Author(s): Thomas G. Ryan; Trudy K. Overlin
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Supervision of offenders sentenced to their homes: proper training and accurate technology
Author(s): Sheila Hudson
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Public perceptions of police operations and training
Author(s): Kathryn J. Stevens
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Geographic information systems (GIS): local government and law enforcement--partners in technology
Author(s): Robert W. Lee
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Methods for reducing human error in law enforcement operations
Author(s): William R. Nelson
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Bureau of Prisons access control system: functional and operational requirements
Author(s): Michael Janus; Peter M. Carlson; Thomas Kane
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CASTLE: an advanced technology partnership serving law enforcement
Author(s): Thomas M. McCoig
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Operational requirements: making the technology fit the officer
Author(s): Trudy K. Overlin
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Technologies for security, military police, and professional policing organizations: the Department of Energy perspective
Author(s): Basil J. Steele
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Statistical correlations of crime with arrests
Author(s): Albert C. Kuelling
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Implementing new technologies for public safety communication: competing frequency demands and standardization issues
Author(s): Kathryn J. Stevens
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