Mobile computing & law enforcement: An Examination of its application in the field and its consequences

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dc.contributor.advisor Klofas, John
dc.contributor.advisor McQuiller-Williams, LaVerne Lockhart, Lanny Jr 2012-04-18T20:31:01Z 2012-04-18T20:31:01Z 2002
dc.description.abstract The following study has been conducted in the pursuit of a Masters Degree of Science in Information Technology. The functional purpose of this study was to examine three basic concepts (officer efficiency, safety, and arrest rates) within law enforcement and to attempt to determine if a specific type of information technology (wireless data computers) has had any positive impact on those concepts. To that end, the author has reviewed the history of technology in law enforcement and surveyed a group of patrol officers in the Wilmington Police Department. Difficulties associated with gathering research data from law enforcement agencies has also been noted and described. The results garnered from statistical analysis are covered in detail.
dc.language.iso en_US
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dc.subject Arrest rates en_US
dc.subject Efficiency en_US
dc.subject Information technology en_US
dc.subject Law enforcement en_US
dc.subject Safety en_US
dc.subject.lcc HV7936.C8 L634 2002
dc.subject.lcsh Police communication systems--United States
dc.subject.lcsh Wireless communication systems--United States
dc.subject.lcsh Law enforcement--United States--Technological innovations
dc.subject.lcsh Criminal investigation--United States--Technological innovations
dc.subject.lcsh Crime prevention--United States--Technological innovations
dc.title Mobile computing & law enforcement: An Examination of its application in the field and its consequences
dc.type Thesis B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
dc.description.department Department of Information Technology
dc.contributor.advisorChair Jacobs, Steve

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