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Lawful detection and surveillance are essential components of criminal justice practice. Typically, detection can mean looking for illicit things concealed on or in people or in the surrounding environment; and surveillance is watching spaces, people, activities and movement for unlawful activities. 


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NIJ Sensor, Surveillance, and Biometric Technologies Center of Excellence, NIJ-Sponsored, June 2013

Improving Video Surveillance to Solve Crime, NIJ-Sponsored, August 2010

Through-Wall Surveillance for Locating Individuals Within Buildings: Final Scientific and Technical Report, NIJ-Sponsored, August 2008
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Real Time Computer Surveillance for Crime Detection, NIJ-Sponsored, September 2001

Adaptive Surveillance: A Novel Approach to Facial Surveillance for CCTV Systems, Final Progress Report, NIJ-Sponsored, January 2001

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