Mark43 aims to modernize police work by providing an information management system and data analytics that make police work more efficient.
Alcohoot has officially launched its device and mobile app, which accurately measures your blood alcohol content and even helps you find food or a taxi when things get hazy.
The NYPD is taking another step toward tech relevancy by distributing customized Android phones to police officers that can access all sorts of data about criminals.
Cops in New York City are being forced to reconsider the way they use Facebook and Twitter.
Editor’s Pick Sheriff asks for media to stop tweeting about the Christopher Dorner standoff in San Bernadino, Calif., concerned it may aid the suspect in harming officers.
Welcome to the gaming school of policing. For all you fine officers out there, here’s some advice for recapturing those pesky criminals.
We’ve likely all wondered whether police officers have quotas for how many traffic tickets they issue. Big data to the rescue.
The wheels of justice may grind slowly, but they do grind. Who they grind, of course, is another matter.
File sharing site The Pirate Bay is no stranger to law enforcement, its offices were raided back in 2006, which led to four convictions. Now the team believes that authorities have obtained new warrants and are bracing for another crackdown.
Editor's Pick For geeks, small head-mounted cameras streaming to iPhones seem like cool, sci-fi inspired gadgetry. For cops, they may be the best way to record incidents, avoid lawsuits, and stay one step ahead of disastrous PR and public outrage.
The San Francisco police department this weekend admitted that it did in fact help Apple employees search a Bay-area home for a “lost item,” which most reports say was a missing iPhone 5 prototype.