The Drug Enforcement Administration maintained a database of people who purchased money-counting machines as part of a “legally questionable” effort to identify suspected drug dealers for further surveillance and enforcement efforts, the New York Times reported on Saturday. Continue reading The DEA Ran a Massive Database of People Who Bought Money-Counting Machines for Years
In an animated op-ed in the New York Times, rapper, entrepreneur and Beyonce husband Jay Z claims that the War on Drugs has failed. The hip-hop mogul also known as Sean Carter contends it can be blamed for many problems that have little or nothing to do with drugs or drug dealers
A California company called Alternative Ballistics has developed an easy-to-install accessory for hand guns that promises to make bullets non-lethal allowing law enforcement to incapacitate a suspect without causing life-threatening injuries.
“Camera in the hole!” police officers soon shout, as they toss the new Explorer camera orb into a dangerous room before entering. Made by MIT alumnus at Bounce Imaging, the Explorer is a small, grenade-sized sphere full of cameras that first responders can throw into a space ahead of them, and when remotely activated, it assembles a panoramic image of what’s inside said space. Now, there are plans to get 100 Explorers into police departments. See them in action below: