Many of today’s US police departments have computer forensics teams on hand that can perform digital sleuthing when a case calls for it. For most departments, however, the online realm still isn’t a standard “beat” during an investigation. Lieutenant Charles Cohen, an Indiana state trooper, hopes to change this with a lecture he’s taking to police departments across the country about the usefulness of searching online communities for clues and for criminals…
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