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January 27 - The cop of the future: Will crooks have a chance against smart bullets, crowd-stun cannons and eyes everywhere?

Article: One World Government
 

A whole raft of new technologies are making their way into police departments around the nation. If there wasn’t much profit in being a criminal before, there will be notably less by 2025, when all of these new technologies are fully deployed. So what does the police force of the future look like? Read on to see some of the new tools being tried out right now, in cities around the nation.

Body Cams: These will take two forms, primarily. First, Police departments around the country are running pilot programs with Google Glass and related gadgets, and second, they’re looking at tiny “lapel cams” that would allow for safer pursuit of fleeing suspects. “The camera within the device could potentially capture the facial images of persons of interest or suspects and run these images against databases of known felons, repeat offenders, wanted or missing persons,” Daly told FoxNews.com.

Data Mining and Automation:  “In 2012, troopers are beginning to utilize mobile applications such as electronic traffic citations and traffic crash reports,” Michigan State Police Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue wrote.
“By 2022, troopers will have a one-stop shop records management system that will incorporate all common administrative needs, including time accounting, report writing, form completion and data collection. Troopers will also have direct access to sophisticated biometric information that will make hiding one’s identity nearly impossible.”

 

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