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  • Crimes of future past

    Crimes of future past

    Recently the chief of the Dutch police made an announcement that the Dutch police will be investing in more technology in order to predict crime. But is technology able to do that?
  • Ride-Along Tales from the Tenderloin

    Ride-Along Tales from the Tenderloin

    Although aware of the great differences between policing big cities in the Netherlands and the United States, experiencing these differences in real life during a ride-along with the SFPD was more powerful than any article or book could describe.
  • Surveillance and profiling: what’s next?

    Surveillance and profiling: what’s next?

    Iryna Ievdokymova | | 0
    The revelations of the US National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance have caused an international furore. While recently diplomatic responses to the disclosures have occupied the headlines, how does surveillance more generally affect us as individuals?
  • To be or not to be profiled – is this (still) the question?

    To be or not to be profiled – is this (still) the question?

    Iryna Ievdokymova | | 0
    Date of birth, address, credit card number…the list goes on. When shopping online, we share this data on a regular basis. Yet what may happen to this data beyond a particular transaction, and what decisions could be made based on this data?