“It might not be able to stop a crime from taking place, but it does increase the probability that offenders are going to be caught and punished.”
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Technology has changed everything. Crime – and the way police investigate crime – is no exception.
“Digital evidence touches all of our investigations,” Ryan Kennedy, a supervisory special agent with the FBI, said.
During his time with the FBI, Kennedy has observed the growing emphasis on such evidence.
“I think about my own neighborhood and the prevalence of Ring cameras and how many times something as simple as a