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Days before a jury convicted Derek Chauvin of murdering George Floyd, a group of boys on bicycles were stopped by police officers in the town of Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Footage uploaded by one of the boys shows the predominantly Black and Latino group riding close to cars and popping wheelies, but nothing seems illegal. …

WORCESTER, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Worcester officials have approved a plan to add a controversial tool to the city’s current crime detection system. The measure would add crime forecasting technology to the “shot spotter” system, which is used to detect gunshots in the area. Over a dozen community-based activists groups have spoken out against the …

The House late Wednesday night gave the green light to the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act in a 220-212 vote. The vote was initially scheduled to happen Thursday but was moved up due to a potential threat to the Capitol related to the QAnon conspiracy theory.  Rep. Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarOmar introduces bill to sanction …

The policing technologies market in Europe is characterized by the presence of large multinational companies concentrated on research and development activities so as to remain competitive. The rise in terrorist attacks across the region, the surge in crime rates, and severe migration crisis have compelled security forces in Europe to adopt advanced policing technologies. Police …

by: News Release & Posted By Staff | newsweb@everythinglubbock.com Posted: Feb 27, 2021 / 06:00 PM CST / Updated: Feb 27, 2021 / 06:00 PM CST Ernie Stevens, half of the starring duo of the Emmy Award-winning HBO Documentary featuring their work in San Antonio, “Ernie and Joe: Crisis Cops” will speak to students on …

Don Horsley  A program to deploy mental health clinicians on emergency calls related to mental distress received approval from the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, advancing a monthslong effort to reimagine local policing.  “It’s not the end all be all. It is a growing and adaptive program,” said Supervisor Don Horsley, a former …

DGP, Odisha emphasises on women friendly policing, use of new technology for investigation | Sambad English Home ODISHA LATEST DGP, Odisha emphasises on women friendly policing, use of new technology for investigation Source link

Governments need an abrupt change of direction to avoid “stumbling zombielike into a digital welfare dystopia,” Philip G. Alston, a human rights expert reporting on poverty, told the United Nations General Assembly last year, in a report calling for the regulation of digital technologies, including artificial intelligence, to ensure compliance with human rights. The private …

Good morning. We’ve got another busy day ahead, with Britain moving into a new phase in the fight against coronavirus – the “rule of six” is coming into force in England, Scotland and Wales (in slightly different forms), joining Northern Ireland (where a version already applies) and MPs will get their first chance to vote …

Police departments across the country are using new surveillance tools such as facial recognition, social media monitoring, license plate readers, cell phone trackers, and predictive policing. These tools pose new challenges to protecting Americans’ civil rights and civil liberties and raise novel constitutional issues, some of which are being tested in court. They risk obscuring …