Copyright © 2019  Barry M. Baker  
In association with Amazon.com
While body-worn cameras
have the potential to improve
police services, they also
raise issues involving privacy,
relationships, procedural
justice, and technical and
cost questions, all of which
agencies should examine as
they consider this technology.
Marc Goodman has spent a
career in law enforcement
and technology. He was
futurist-in-residence with the
FBI, worked as a senior
adviser to Interpol, and
served as a street police
officer.  He continues to
investigate the intriguing and
often terrifying intersection of
science and security,
uncovering nascent threats
and combating the darker
sides of technology.
Police Technology discusses law
enforcement as an
information-intensive task.
Whether interviewing victims,
interrogating subjects, or
gathering evidence, this book
discusses the cutting-edge
technology needed to handle
the incredible load of information
that goes along with an average
investigation or arrest.
Now, this revolutionary
book has been
completely updated and
expanded for the 21st
century. Through revised
text, new photos,
specialised illustrations,
updated charts and
additional information
sidebars, The Ultimate
Sniper once again
thoroughly details the
three great skill areas of
sniping; marksmanship,
fieldcraft and tactics.
Written and edited by a
collection of industry
experts, the book presents
technologies and systems
in intelligent video
surveillance. The book
integrates key research,
design, and implementation
themes of intelligent video
surveillance systems and
technology into one
comprehensive reference.
This revision of the classic
book on CCTV technology,
CCTV Surveillance,
provides a comprehensive
examination of CCTV,
covering the applications of
various systems, how to
design and install a
system, and how to choose
the right hardware.
Gilliom and Monahan are
among the foremost experts
on surveillance and society,
and, with SuperVision, they
offer an immensely
accessible and engaging
guide, giving readers the
tools to understand and to
question how deeply
surveillance has been
woven into the fabric of our
everyday lives.