LE agencies upgrade system, nationwide sharing of police records

Law enforcement agencies around the country are upgrading their records…

Law enforcement agencies around the country are upgrading their records by merging all records into a digital database called Coplink.  The new system is expected to bring agencies into a new era of operational intelligence and aid police in keeping peace.  For details, click here and return back to comment.

Load Comments
  • Sampson

    Bad move.This is police state.The only reason for such sharing is to built a manhunter system for those that the government wants to hunt down.All of the advancements like photo enforced lights,security videocams,police drones,amber alerts,drunk driving checkpoints,militarized police are all parts of a manhunter system.The FBI even advertises on billboards it’s wanted posters.If the want to hunt down veterans,christians,libertarians,constitutionalists etc,it will be easy.