Article: Video and Policing – 9/11 to Today
This article appears in the September 2021 edition of Police Chief Magazine. It is an excellent article that walks through the evolution of video evidence over the last twenty years.
Written by Grant Fredericks, a Certified Forensic Video Analyst and Instructor at the FBI National Academy, this article has important information for every leader in public safety.
We have posted the article in .pdf format with permission from the author.
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