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Technology & Forensics


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

Role of Technology in Improving K-12 School Safety, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016

Development of a Science Base and Open Source Software for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016

Separation and Identification of Drugs by Electrospray Ionization-Ion Mobility Spectrometry-Mass Spectrometry (ESI-MS-MS), NIJ-Sponsored, 2016

Error Rates for Latent Fingerprinting as a Function of Visual Complexity and Cognitive Difficulty, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016

Improving the PDQ Database To Enhance Investigative Lead Information From Automotive Paints, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016

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