Hello, I'm done with your task, all parts are well illustrated as per your previous instructions. In my case I chose On-body cameras for all officers and Forensic Science as my policing trends.Thank you so much..
Running head: FUTURE OF POLICING
On-Body Cameras and Forensic Science Policing Trends
FUTURE OF POLICING
Currently, nations are working hand in hand to improve on their policing sector. More
inventions have been performed and proofed that technology can play a great part in policing
sector. In this approach, technology will help in reducing much work which police officers need
to perform in reducing crime. In our case here, we will major on two main trends which will have
a great impact on policing sector: - Our trends will involve Police body cameras and forensic
science trends (Blackstone, n.d.).
In terms of policing, police body cameras, is defined as a video recording system which is
mostly used in the process of law enforcement to record or make observations on how police
offices interact the public. Such cameras are critical in manner that, they record crime cases in
form of video evidence at crime scenes. In this approach, police departments can make judgement
based on the observed video clips. Additionally, police officers are very keen in terms of avoiding
any brutal attack on crime suspects. On the other case, Forensic science involves application of
science to crime cases as well as civil laws. This policing trend is highly used during the process
of criminal investigation. Forensic science further involves all legal standards of admissible
evidence as required by constitution. In this trending policy, a forensic science expert is involved.
His main role involves carrying more investigation on evidence obtained from crime scenes among
numerous police departments (Blackstone, n.d.).
Forensic science experts are critical in terms of helping to catch, acquit or convict suspects
in criminal matters. These experts are responsible in collection and analyzing crime evidence. This
is done in laboratories ...
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