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Graffiti abatement tool uses GPS data to help link taggers to graffiti elsewhere in Riverside.
Using data to find the overlap between traffic accidents and serious crime, public safety managers can deploy resources efficiently and effectively.
Document and e-mail repository offers centralized searches and can narrow them by time frame or document type.
Somebody must pay for the plumbing if transparency is to fulfill its promise.
It's time to collaborate on the right regional projects for information and communication technology and build upon them.
Colorado's COPLINK, Virginia's information exchange and the Automated Regional Justice Information System could be worth building upon.
Information and communication technology budgets must do more with less.
Cyber-crime means more collaboration is needed at the state and local levels.
Analytics helps predict crime, traffic needs, but are we losing the human connection?
High-definition monitor, GIS device, notebook PC.
FarmVille costs Bulgarian councilman his job.
Michigan Department of Information Technology upgrades the state's wireless network.