Virtual reality is gaining traction in the entertainment industry, but can the technology be used to improve officer training? Digital Immersion Reality Training - or DIRT - is proving it can with innovative programs that put officers through realistic training scenarios. Learn more about the upcoming launch of DIRT's programs and how it could change the future of officer training.
By Leischen Stelter
Police officers are expected to play a role in the fight against terrorism, but are they being given the right training and tools? Find out about INLETS, the FBI's unique training program where officers can learn from the firsthand experiences of those who have responded to terrorist attacks.
By Dena Weiss
Developing latent prints from a crime scene can be a long and tricky and process, but new technology is set to change that. Learn about the new process that can save investigators valuable time.
By Garett Seivold
The integration of technology is becoming commonplace in the loss prevention industry. Now more than ever, building a career requires expanding your technological skillset and a commitment to lifelong learning. Here are some tips to effectively navigate the evolving tech-based environment.
By Kurt Binversie
The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew continues to cause major destruction. Learn how members of the public pitched in by using GIS-enabled technology to help emergency officials identify areas that needed immediate disaster response.
By Jinnie Chua
From funding to policy writing, many police agencies have faced a series of hurdles in their efforts to outfit their officers with body cameras. Dr. Chris McFarlin, a sworn officer and lawyer, shares some advice on how agencies can navigate the tricky terrain.
By Leischen Stelter
Three men were recently convicted of using a drone to drop drugs and other contraband into a Maryland prison. Drones pose a new and major threat to correctional institutions and other secure facilities. Learn ways administrators are addressing drone threats using technology and training.