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1
  • CURRENT AND FUTURE
  • TECHNOLOGY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
  • Name
  • Institution
  • Date

2
CURRENT AND FUTURE TECHNOLOGY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
3
Introduction
  • Controversial killings of Michael Brown elicited
    protests
  • Police to wear body cameras
  • Reduce police misconduct, eliminate ambiguity
  • Storage costs of the videos recorded
  • Law enforcement agencies are struggling with the
    program

4
Information Technology Infrastructure
  • Sgt. Jason Halifax of the Des Moines Police
    Department
  • Data storage expenses
  • Private, high volume cloud-based storage service
    providers

5
Policy Guidelines
  • Turn on their body cameras in all their
    law-enforcement related duties
  • Prevent anybody from tampering and copying data
  • Non-evidentiary data may be stored for only a
    period of 2-3 months.

6
Policy Guidelines
  • Supervisor will review the footage
  • How and when the recorded data can be availed to
    the public
  • Maintaining transparency and evaluate the
    effectiveness
  • policies will be helpful in attaining uniform
    procedures

7
Fourth Amendment Right
  • Secured against unreasonable searches and
    seizures
  • Fourth Amendment must prove an exception of
    privacy
  • United States Supreme Court ruling

8
Fourth Amendment
  • Accumulation of actions of law enforcement
  • GPS tracking device on the vehicle of a drug
    dealer
  • Intrusion of privacy against trespass
  • Mosaic theory in fourth amendment

9
Body Cameras in England and Canada
  • Procedural guidelines on policies
  • In England, the data is stored for 30 days
  • Decision to record remains solely with the user
  • People will not volunteer to give information

10
Mobile Data Terminals and Record Management
Systems
  • Send and receive information from a central
    office
  • Compile data on accidents, arrests, and traffic
    into a database
  • The use of the software is to reduce the paperwork

11
Future of Mobile Data Communication
  • Access will be made simpler and faster in the
    future
  • Eliminate the possibility of doing double work.
  • An easy time in the future while accessing
    reports
  • Fast, easy to handle and smaller devices

12
Use of Drones
  • Domestic surveillance and terrorist surveillance
  • It amounts to unwarranted search
  • Modest encroachment on privacy
  • No existing law barring the use of drones

13
Use of Drones
  • The use of drones remain a breach of the
    constitutional right
  • Invasion of privacy in a homestead
  • A drone is used to carry out unwarranted search

14
Limitations of Using Non-Lethal Police Drones
  • Legalize the use of armed drones
  • They use beanbags, Tasers, pepper spray, tear gas
  • Non-lethal weapons could cause severe injuries
    and even death

15
Conclusion
  • To instill responsibility on the police officers
  • Reduce the irregularities in the police
    department
  • Storage of recordings is a headache
  • Increased taxes or reduced personnel

16
Conclusion
  • Drones are an added technique of collecting
    information
  • They lead to invasion of privacy
  • Search warrants are necessary
  • Improve security but honor the constitution

17
References
  • Jennings, W. G., Fridell, L. A., Lynch, M. D.
    (2014). Cops and cameras Officer perceptions of
    the use of body-worn cameras in law
    enforcement. Journal of Criminal Justice, 42(6),
    549-556.
  • Bain, A., Carsone, L. P., Conser, J. A.,
    Courtney, B. J., Mackey, W. J., Robinson, B. K.,
    Turowski, A. (2016). Technology and the Future
    of Policing. In Law Enforcement and
    Technology (pp. 115-135). Palgrave Macmillan UK.
  • White, M. D. (2014). Police officer body-worn
    cameras Assessing the evidence. Washington, DC
    Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.

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References
  • Ariel, B., Farrar, W. A., Sutherland, A.
    (2015). The effect of police body-worn cameras on
    use of force and citizens complaints against the
    police A randomized controlled trial. Journal of
    quantitative criminology, 31(3), 509-535.
  • Yang, Y. D. (2014). Big Brother's Grown Wings
    The Domestic Proliferation of Drone Surveillance
    and the Law's Response. BU Pub. Int. LJ, 23, 343.
  • Stanley, J., Steinhardt, B. (2014). Bigger
    monster, weaker chains The growth of an American
    Surveillance Society. In Ethics and Emerging
    Technologies (pp. 269-284). Palgrave Macmillan
    UK.
  • Kerr, O. S. (2013). The Curious History of Fourth
    Amendment Searches. The Supreme Court
    Review, 2012(1), 67-97.
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