01/01/2014 - IACP Releases Technology Policy Framework - The Technology Policy Framework
IACP identifies nine universal principles to guide agencies in the development of effective policies and suggests factors to incorporate when crafting those policies. The proper implementation and enforcement of policies can help ensure that agencies realize the unique value of technology in contemporary policing, while protecting the privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties of citizens.
11/08/2012 - Roanoke County Sheriff’s Office Is on the Cutting Edge of Accreditation
Jail professionals know that managing the pages of records needed for accreditation audits is time- and space-consuming. In this article, Denise Ory of the Roanoke County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia details how that agency shifted to a paperless system for compliance tracking.
01/11/2012 - Technology and the Productivity Promise
IT is the most important tool for improving government output. Budget directors need to be ready to answer some important questions.
12/30/2011 - Making Technology Work for You
Don't let the bells and whistles of modern policing get in the way of good old-fashioned tactics.
09/07/2011 - Spend More—Not Less—on IT
Cutting technology spending along with everything else is a false economy. IT-enabled productivity improvements can save more than they cost.