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Transforming Law Enforcement Through Technology

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Crime never stops, and nor does the law in bringing it to justice. But as technology gets smarter, so do criminals, and local law enforcement should think of using all available resources to keep up. And when people’s lives are at stake, those leading the charge know it’s imperative to do all we can. So what do we mean when we talk about transforming law enforcement? What fundamental changes will it take, what is that dream state in policing, and how can new technologies, including messaging, social media, mobility, robotics and even “predictive policing” concepts raising increasingly sci-fi possibilities, help us get there?

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Bill Kehoe

Bill Kehoe, CIO, King County, Washington

Bill Kehoe CIO, King County, Washington Bill Kehoe has served as the CIO for King County, Washington and the department director of King County Information Technology (KCIT) since 2010. Kehoe is responsible for a department of approxi... More   View all posts

Greg Suhr

Greg Suhr, Chief of Police, San Francisco, CA

Greg Suhr is a 32-year veteran of the San Francisco Police Department who was selected as San Francisco’s 42nd Chief of Police on April 27, 2011. Prior to his selection, Chief Suhr served as Commanding Officer of the Bayview District whe... More   View all posts

Luther T. Reynolds

Luther T. Reynolds, Assistant Chief, Montgomery County (MD) Police Department

Luther Reynolds was appointed Assistant Chief of the Management Services Bureau in March, 2013. He is an accomplished police executive with over 25 years of experience. His career began as a police officer in Montgomery County, MD, in 1989.... More   View all posts

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