Leicestershire Police is using Northgate's Custody Image Management (CIM) system to power its six-month trial of facial recognition software. The CIM database has been built-up over the past five years during which time it has captured over 92,000 images of prisoners brought into custody in
How you can apply technology in the right places to assist human investigators in solving complex crimes, by Paul Slater. Investigators must deal with large and growing volumes of digital evidence across an increasing number and variety of sources. The key facts that will prove or disprove a case
In This Issue October/November 2014
- Press For Help - Biometric information on fingerprints and DNA is being shared between some European countries to crack down on cross-border crime. Gary Mason looks at the challenges facing the initiative
- Tough Tablets - As mobile data becomes the norm, the demands on hardware and software platforms are becoming greater, writes Gary Mason
- Chasing Data - Paul Slater explains how you can apply technology in the right places to assist human investigators in solvingcomplex crimes
- Viewpoint - Organisations need to establish proceedures for preserving evidence if their computers become compromised, says Dr Mike Westmacott
- Power Over The People - The attraction of Europe to criminal groups involved in human trafficking has drawn Europol to the forefront of efforts to tackle the problem at a cross border level. Gary Mason reports
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