Effective January 1, 2018, minors age 15 and under must consult with an attorney before giving a confession to a law enforcement officers in a custodial setting.
Thank you for your interest in our products. We enjoyed meeting everybody in warm, sunny Florida. Congratulations to Chief Hemingway, Bay Harbor Islands PD, Florida. He
Interview recording at its best with StarWitness! Visit Sara, Booth 43, to see and hear the quality of our systems. You will also have a chance to register to win a double
Ever had questions about the Micro SD Card in your StarWitness Field Interviewer? Here are your answers!
We had a ball meeting everyone at the California Narcotics Association Training and Exposition. Congratulations to Mr. Jake Shuler, Davis CSO for being the winner of the
StarWitness is heading to Baton Rouge in October. Sara will be attending the Louisiana Association of Chiefs of Police in Baton Rouge. The conference opens on October 10th at the downtown Hilton, please stop by and say hello. If you can not make the show but would like a demo of our interview recording products we are happy to line up a convenient time for you to see our products in action.
Transcribing custodial interviews is a mind-numbing, time-consuming essential task. Imagine a machine that transcribes your audio with a simple push of a button.
Thank you to all who stopped by our booth at the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Conference. We had a wonderful time and enjoyed meeting everyone. Our lucky winner, Chief Dave Funkenhouser, took home an Amazon Echo Dot. Congratulations!
"Ill gotten gains from drug dealers," among other seized property will now be subject to adoptive forfeiture, according to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The Justice Department announced that it will restart a federal asset forfeiture program that had been shut down by the previous administration.
The scenario: It is 1927, a suspect enters a dark interrogation room. The door closes behind him, he is alone. In the room a curtain lifts revealing a ‘figure in the form of a skeleton’, this begins the interrogation. The suspect cannot see the human questioner sitting behind the skeleton. The skeleton is equipped with a camera hidden in his skull, eye sockets that contain red light bulbs and a megaphone positioned so that the voice of the operator appears to come from the mouth of the skeleton.
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