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If you had to take a double take, these are police officers, not soldiers.
If you had to take a double take, these are police officers, not soldiers.
25 drones used by the FBI for in United states civilian surveillance
25 drones used by the FBI for in United states civilian surveillance
FBI surveillance planes for in United states civilian surveillance
FBI surveillance planes for in United states civilian surveillance
Do you think Federal/Law Enforcement in the United States should be allowed access to this type of equipment?Do you think Federal/Law Enforcement in the United States should be allowed access to this type of equipment?
License plate readers used by all civilian police. these can scan anyone's license plates, allowing officers to see your information before they even pull you over or investigate you, all license plates that are scanned are stored in a national police database. Cellebrite can crack a phone's password and retrieve all of its data, this device is used in federal and civilian law enforcement agencies.
Do you think Federal/Law Enforcement in the United States should be allowed access to this type of equipment?
Stingray surveillance device
Stingray surveillance device
Stingray surveillance device
Stingray surveillance device
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A cellphone tower dump is when a law enforcement agency requests information sent from cellphones to a cellphone tower during a given period. Cellphone towers, equipped with antennas and electrical equipment, enable GPS and allow phones to make calls and send texts. Phones are constantly searching for a tower to connect to, and they send over information even when they arenโ€™t in use. That data, saved by phone companies for months or years, can include location information, call history, sent texts, even search terms typed into phone browsers. Law enforcement agencies can request cellphone companies to fork over some of that information to further an investigation.
Range-R is used by Federal/civilian law enforcement
Range-R is used by Federal/civilian law enforcement
The Range-R is a hand-held radar device manufactured by L-3 Communications capable of detecting motion through solid walls. The device operates as a finely tuned motion detector, using radio waves to detect the presence of people and movements as small as human breathing at a distance of 50 feet or more.
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