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By PSIT Staff
In law enforcement, minutes and even seconds can make the difference between life and death in an investigation. LexisNexis® Advanced Government Solutions give public safety personnel access to a full suite of advanced investigative tools to quickly locate people, detect fraud, uncover assets, and discover connections between suspects, witnesses or associates.
(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Nov/Dec 2011)
By Richard Johnston
Technological advances in the acquisition, analysis and distribution of information over the past decade have fundamentally changed the way our society approaches life.
(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Mar/Apr 2007)
By PSIT Staff
Relavint Desktop Version 2.0 is released and extends the capabilities to the investigative and intelligence community.
(This article was originally published in Public Safety IT Nov/Dec 2006)
By Jennifer Gavigan
Find out what new products for law enforcement were announced at the annual IACP convention. (Continued - Part 3)
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Nov 2006)
LexisNexis already had experience in mobile applications on the BlackBerry®, making iPad a natural extension of that work. Use the Accurint Mobile app and gain instant information on potential residents, cross referencing their files to determine criminal histories, parole status, and overall risk.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Aug 2012)
By Graham, Rick
Social media is a powerful communications tool, one that can and should be effectively utilized by law enforcement agencies to better gather intelligence and disseminate information to not only solve crimes but to also prevent them from occurring in the first place. However, without the proper requirements in place, it could actually do more harm than good.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Dec 2015)