LAPD recruits computer to stop rogue cops

Monday, 25 July 2005, 12:50 PM EST

Dogged by scandal, the Los Angeles Police Department is looking beyond human judgment to technology to identify bad cops. This month, the agency began using a $35 million computer system that tracks complaints and other telling data about officers - then alerts top supervisors to possible signs of misconduct.

By Jeremiah Marquez at InformationWeek.

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