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Launched by the Los Angeles Sheriff Department, LEEDIR is a mobile and web application that pairs with the cloud to help police gather evidence with the help of civilians.

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IACP2014: LEEDIR Seeks to Fill a Void

A new platform is seeking to change the way law enforcement agencies collect digital data during investigations.

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Police employ high-tech tool in pumpkin riot probe

KEENE, N.H. — Police in New Hampshire are using a relatively new application to collect photos and videos they hope will lead to arrests following weekend chaos at a pumpkin festival.

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Keene cops turn to technology inspired by Marathon Bombing investigation

Police in Keene, New Hampshire are using technology that's never been used before in New England, technology inspired by the Boston Marathon Bombing investigation.

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Police employ high-tech tool in pumpkin riot probe

Police in New Hampshire are using a relatively new application to collect photos and videos they hope will lead to arrests following weekend chaos at a pumpkin festival.

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Police seek help in identifying suspects in Keene riots

Police are attempting to identify a number of people in connection with Saturday’s riots in Keene.

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Keene Police release photos to help ID rioters

Keene Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying individuals from the recent riots there.

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Keene Police seek public’s help in identifying Pumpkinfest rioters

Keene police have released a series of photographs and are seeking the public’s help in identifying individuals who may have contributed to the Oct. 20 riot that coincided with the town’s annual Pumpkinfest.

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Keene Police release photos to help ID rioters

Keene Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying individuals from the recent riots there.

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How police departments can use a new platform to make sense of raw video data

Public safety organizations can leverage digital media information and evidence through powerful cloud-based technology.

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Boston Bombing Leads to New Tool in Digital Investigations

This past April, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office in California made history by becoming the first law enforcement agency in the country to utilize a new system of investigating and storing mass amounts of digital surveillance materials, a concept that will very soon become standard at law enforcement agencies across the country and the world.

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The LEEDIR Eyewitness Platform is Launched With a Simulation Exercise

Thursday April 10, 2014 the LEEDIR eyewitness photo and video platform is now available to law enforcement and relief agencies in the United States for major emergency events. Activation can be requested by simply filling out a form on the LEEDIR website (www.LEEDIR.com) to begin receiving and analyzing photo and video submissions from eyewitnesses.

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