Technology executive Jeremy Grant gives his thoughts on the current state of biometrics and facial recognition technology.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
The Office of Justice Programs works with state, local and tribal police departments to fund crime reduction initiatives, victim services and other programs.
A report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies says the federal government needs a bigger role in helping state and local police access digital evidence.
Michael Horowitz, inspector general at the Justice Department, said 22 percent of all women and 43 percent of female criminal investigators reported experiencing gender-based discrimination in the department.
Federal law enforcement agencies collect troves of data, but in the digital age, they’re looking to make sense of more data in less time, in order to stay one step of their criminals they’re looking to catch.
Capt. Macauley was named the Secret Service’s Uniformed Division Officer of the Year.
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has reopened a criminal investigation into the operation of an off-the-books law enforcement agency at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, details of which were first disclosed by Federal News Radio.
Through asset forfeiture and other means, the Justice Department generates billions of dollars to assist state law enforcement agencies on the war against drugs. Kelly McFadden, director of the financial statement and audit office for the Justice inspector general, explained on Federal Drive with Tom Temin how that money is accounted for.
As federal law enforcement increasingly adopts body-mounted video, footage from local police is starting to show both the potential and the limitations of this technology.