Paul Kennedy
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Digital Evidence Management in the Police Service: Room for Improvement?

British statesman Sir Robert Peel introduced the first-ever police force – the Metropolitan Police Force of London – way back in 1829 during his tenure as Home Secretary in the Conservative Government of the day. The Met was tasked with detecting and preventing crime....
Posted On 22 Oct 2018
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The Future of Risk is Informed by its Past

‘Risk’ has been around pretty much from the dawn of time, ever since cavemen first burned their hands in the fire. Since then, we’ve developed a number of different ways in which to measure and manage risk, asserts David Walter. In fact, many of the fundamental principles...
Posted On 24 Jul 2018
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Digital Evidence Management Solutions: The Five Must-Haves

Police forces often face problems when it comes to the collection of digital evidence. As ‘digital’ becomes even more vital in our daily lives, there’s a growing need for police units to invest in a Digital Evidence Management (DEM) solution, asserts Richar...
Posted On 06 Jul 2018
Jamie Wilson
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Crowdsourcing and Criminal Investigations: Evidence Management in ‘The Digital World’

Crowdsourcing has been with us for a few years now. Put simply, it means engaging with the masses in order to gain whatever it is we need. The idea was born out of the digital age and, as Jamie Wilson asserts, some police forces around the world have been quick to embrace it as a...
Posted On 18 Jul 2016
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Digital Evidence: Eradicating the pessimism

Mobile forensics have the potential to transform traditional methods of profiling offenders and build a comprehensive picture of suspects. Yuval Ben-Moshe outlines the importance of social data and why the evidence it can provide deserves greater traction among the legal system...
Posted On 10 Nov 2014