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A Best Bet in the Race to Stop Armed Criminals

Posted by Pete GagliardiAug 14, 2015 8:00:00 AM

I’ve been in the business of dealing with gun crimes for 46 years. I began as a police aide processing crime scenes circa 1969. 

The first time I was handed  a task that I thought was far too involved for one person to complete on time, I began to very politely explain to my boss what I considered to be good reasons why it would be almost impossible to accomplish alone.

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Topics: Protocols, NIBIN, Forensics, gun crime, GunOps, Stop Crime, Solve Crime




Making Gun Crime a Priority – Why is New Jersey So Unique?

Posted by Pete GagliardiMay 21, 2015 11:37:00 AM

This article is about firearm related crime and what we as a community – no, as a society – should be doing about it.

It is NOT about guns and what we should or should not be doing about them.  

It’s really about stopping criminals armed with guns and the cyclical and repetitive violent acts they commit.

 

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Topics: best practices, 13 Tasks, New Jersey, ballistics forensics, public policy




INTERPOL Symposium Takes Aim at Regional Gun Crime Intelligence Sharing

Posted by Pete GagliardiMar 19, 2015 4:21:00 PM

The 2015 INTERPOL Firearm Forensics Symposium (IFFS 2015) – is shaping up to be an excellent springboard for the global law enforcement community to expand the sharing of actionable information to address cross border gun related violence. It will run from October 7-9, 2015 and be held at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) in Singapore.

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Topics: Intelligence-led Policing, ballistics analysis, ballistics identification, ballistics forensics, INTERPOL, IFFS, firearm forensics, IGCI, Singapore




Untested Ballistics Evidence: Society’s Misfire?

Posted by Pete GagliardiDec 31, 2014 2:18:00 PM

A person is murdered.

Who speaks for the victim?

Us. Society.

The damage inflicted by a person taking another's life is irreversible and long lasting. Therefore our society’s degree of vigilance  must be as high as humanly possible.

For every deadly act of violence, we must ensure that everything possible is being done to bring justice to the victims, closure to their families and to restore peace to our neighborhoods.

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Topics: NIBIN, protocol, IBIS TRAX-HD3D, IBIS, backlogs, sustainable solution, justice




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