The Department of Defense’s Rapid Reaction Technology Office (RRTO) issued a “Strategic Communication Science and Technology Plan” in 2009 that surveyed the government’s programs in this area and their gaps. To keep abreast of the latest technological developments, this report is being updated for FY 2012.
This paper discusses the critical need for a new paradigm in policing: one that incorporates aspects of existing policing concepts in a manner that recognizes the significant changes in the twenty-first century criminal environment, the economic and social realities facing law enforcement entities, and the availability of potentially powerful technology-driven, crime-fighting tools.
This two-pager provides an overview of the Bureau of Justices Assistance SMART Policing Initiative. CNA assists 32 law enforcement departments and agencies nationwide in developing and implementing strategies, by providing training and technical assistance.
In a workforce climate with so many competing factors, what will it take to attract, recruit, and retain productive workers, and what role will generational change play? The 10th Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation (QRMC) asked CNA to conduct background research on Millennials (also known as the Internet Generation, Generation Next, Echo Boom, etc.) to explore the potential impact of targeted policies, especially compensation and retirement, on this cohort.