Technolgy in Crime Fighting

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A Report on Technology in Crime Fighting

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This report explores the different advancement in technology as it relates to fighting crime. Much technological advancement has been available to fight crime. The research highlighted not all but the major use of technology in crime fighting. The Global Position System is widely used by law enforcements. DNA technology, video surveillance all of these can be found as key technology used by many crime fighting bodies. The use of high tech equipments are far more frequently used as technology improve throughout the years, and as such so does innovative and more technical means of fighting crimes are available. Keywords: DNA, GPS, surveillance

Technology in Crime Fighting
The problem of crime is one that many countries have to deal with. The use of advance technologies available to law enforcement and security agency available to them, has made it possible to catch more criminals than before. The use of biological and micro technology allow for a wider variety of things used. DNA collection and analysis gives the criminal justice field a powerful tool for convicting the guilty and exonerating the innocent as stated by (About Forensic DNA). It allows crime scene investigators to carefully collect DNA specimens to help to put together the missing pieces of the puzzle. “Biological evidence from crime scenes is collected and stored properly, forensically valuable DNA can be found on evidence that may be decades old” (About Forensic DNA). People can be identified by unique DNA identifiers in their genetic makeup that can be sampled from hair, body fluids or skin. As a result, when it became available, DNA analysis using genetic identification technology and related databases was quickly sought after by law enforcement. With further...
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