In the realm of law enforcement, iris recognition could be used to identify suspects at a long range in various lighting conditions.
On the New York subway "Litefeet" dancers come on to the car with a small boombox and proceed to do a breakdance routine. But in 2014, the police started a serious crackdown on these dancers and began arresting them en masse.
The Range-R device is being used by police departments, FBI and the U.S. Marshal Service.
Law enforcement officials are taking advantage of new tools of computer science, machine learning and big data to figure out where criminals may strike next.
In South Korea anyone selling an unregistered bluetooth-enabled selfie stick could face a $27K fine or up to three years in prison.
Dozens of eyewitnesses offered evidence about the death of Michael Brown, and much of it was confusing and contradictory. Here's why.
A second version of the Silk Road online black market bazaar has been seized.
How do off-duty officers differ from those on the clock? Which things are they allowed to do, or not do? Tara explains.
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