Empowering CSA investigators

Empowering CSA investigators
June 30, 2020 Sara Ekberg

Empowering CSA investigators

Article published in Police Professional Executive Feature, June 2020

Technology that enables criminals to perform CSA crimes is getting more advanced every day, making it challenging for law enforcement to stay ahead. However, new technology has emerged over the past decade that is empowering CSA investigators to automate the more manual elements of their work, enabling them to work more efficiently.

In this article, published in Police Professional, Johann Hofmann, CEO of Griffeye, gives an overview of the growing online CSA crisis and how technologies are developing to help law enforcement fight these crimes more efficiently.

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