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Technologies

Law enforcement and corrections officers utilize a variety of technologies to increase safety and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their work. Technologies assist police in communications, investigations, operations, and protection. In corrections, technologies may be used to detect contraband, extract information, monitor behavior, and alert staff to trouble.

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OJP Publications

Notifying Sexual Assault Victims After Testing Evidence, NIJ,OVC, January 2016
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Using Research To Move Policing Forward, NIJ, January 2016
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NIJ Funding: Supporting Emerging Scientists, Building Our Future, NIJ, January 2016
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Forming an Action-Research Team to Address Sexual Assault Cases, NIJ, January 2016
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Moving Forward - How Research and Technology Are Expanding Sexual Assault Kit Testing, NIJ, January 2016
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Where can I access the two part training entitled What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know about DNA Evidence?
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Where can I find information on regulations and requirements relating to the confidentiality and protection of human test subjects?
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