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Law Enforcement has turned into one of the most complex infrastructure operations throughout the United States over the past two decades. The entire definition of law enforcement has changed due to terrorism, political changes and the advancement of technology which has effected it both positively as well as negatively.

We will address many aspects of Law Enforcement, from policies and methodologies, to newer and better forensics capabilities that we need to learn and apply.

Investigations and prosecutions are now more complex due to the constant changes within the legal system and the laws that apply to criminal cases. The rules of evidence have not truly changed, but the admissibility has come under fire from numerous sources.

The media now seriously influences, if not hampers many of law enforcements capabilities and day-to-day operations which needs to be dealt with carefully – as a balance between security and the publics’ right to specific information. Walking the preverbal razorblade.

Law enforcement is now broken down into multiple disciplines, and all are constantly addressing optimal performance that is faced by budget-cuts and financial trimming. Another razorblade to walk on.

Our articles are designed to keep the readers informed with changes, concepts and ideas that are shared to better educate, and help find ways to apply what you learn from the articles enclosed.

“Law Enforcement – Time to Educate the Public and other Agencies”

“Law Enforcement – Time to Educate the Public and other Agencies”   Published ©2014 Research Solutions, Inc. / Dr. Mark D. Lurie (all rights reserved) Published ©2010-2014 RSI / Dr. Mark D. Lurie (all rights reserved) “Law Enforcement – Time to Educate the Public and other Agencies” The responsibilities and More >

“Research – What it really takes to Hunt for Valid Information”

In a formal court video closed-door hearing, an Assistant Prosecutor (AP) is performing a direct examination and challenge of a Forensic Expert Witness (EW), whose expertise is in evidence reconstruction. The issue is regarding a potential conflict of interest as well as information supplied to the court by the EW. More >

Law Enforcement Ammunition – New Commercial Manufactured versus Reloaded Commercial Manufactured

Specific policies and protective regulations dictate the use of ammunition (whether it be rifle, pistol or shotgun ammunition) by law enforcement for a variety of reasons: 1. Safety to the user 2. Physical liability to both the user and the public 3. Target requirements and restrictions 4. Collateral damage 5. More >

“Law Enforcement – Time to Educate the Public and other Agencies”

“Law Enforcement – Time to Educate the Public and other Agencies” The responsibilities and roles of law enforcement today has become a nightmare to implement, let alone understand the limitations which are in a constant state of flux. On one end, law enforcement is considered a first responder, but then More >