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Technology in Criminal Justice

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Diana Herrera

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Metabolic Supplements Robert Wood, an assistant professor of engineering and applied sciences, developed a technique that allows engineers to make a variety of very tiny parts for any kind of robot. Robotic Flies Scanning Fingerprints Ballistic Clipboard Although police officers are issued bulletproof vests, they don't necessarily wear them at all times. What they do often carry are clipboards. LRAD Long Range Acoustic Device are speakers that produce loud sounds. The jarring noise can be used to drive people away or break up riots. Scientists have been developing injections and other products and procedures that would allow the genetic re-engineering of the metabolism. This would be beneficial for soldiers or officers to function at peak capacity. Future Technology in
Criminal Justice Diana Herrera
Susan Henneberg
English
14 February 2013 Bibliography Axon Flex Wood's technique is similar to origami. The parts bend and rotate as needed- not only for flying robots, but for crawlers and swimmers as well. These bugs are equipped with cameras, microphones, and other sensors. This devise can scan fingerprints from up to two meters away. It detects fingerprints by shining polarized light onto a person’s hand and analyzing the reflection using two cameras configured to detect different polarizations. Swanson, Sandra. "Fingerprints Go the Distance." MIT Technology Review. N.p., 14 Jan. 2011. Web. 13 Feb. 2013. Miller, Amy. "Top 10 Future Law Enforcement Technologies." Listverse. Listverse, 09 Aug. 2011. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. <http://listverse.com/2011/08/09/top-10-future-law-enforcement-technologies/>. Coxworth, Ben. "New Tech Creates 3D Faces from 2D Images." Gizmag. Gizmag, 20 Jan. 2011. Web. 14 Feb. 2013. Chasing the criminal The devise is in front of the patrol car so that the police officer can adjust the laser pointer to aim at another vehicle. The dart includes a battery and a wireless transmitter. This will allow officers to track down the car's every movement. A head-mounted camera designed to record audio and video footage from officers' point of view and Evidence.com, a site used to categorize those videos so they can be used in court. Holds papers, stops bullets. Predicting Crimes Evaluation of crime databases, intelligence briefing, and even weather reports are used to predict when crimes will occur.
Can decrease up to 15% of crime activities. The clipboard is capable
of stopping bullets.
Also protects from knives and blunt weapons.
Unlike a vest, it weighs less than 2 pounds.
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