Technology in Policing

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The job of today's law enforcement professionals is constantly evolving. They are being asked to do more with less, and there is an urgency that accompanies everything they do. In addition to the new ways that innovative offenders use to commit crimes, understaffed departments find themselves struggling to find the people and resources to keep up.

Law enforcement agencies need to find ways to streamline the process of finding accurate and actionable information they can use to reduce crime and close cases. Recent research from Thomson Reuters sheds some light on the current environment in law enforcement and what might lie ahead. 

Join this conversation to learn more about these and other topics: 

  • The current state of policing  
  • A firsthand perspective on the challenges law enforcement professionals face 
  • What the future holds and how technology can help

Ashley Galchutt is a risk and fraud product marketing manager with Thomson Reuters. Driven by the impact that risk and fraud professionals make in the world, she takes pride in providing the best insights possible to develop products that meet customer needs while accelerating the business. She is committed to helping agencies deliver value to their constituents and completing their mission.
Michael Murphy is a Product Specialist with Thomson Reuters where he serves as an advisor and trainer on law enforcement products. Michael retired from the Maryland-National Capital Park Police after 23 years of service. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Baltimore and later completed a graduate certification program at the Southern Police Institute (SPI) Administrative Officers Course at the University of Louisville. Michael began his career in law enforcement as a patrol officer and rose through the ranks retiring as an Assistant Chief of Police.

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