Law Enforcement Technology at Quad City Computer Society May 6


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Posted Online: April 18, 2013, 1:44 pm
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Press release submitted by the Quad-Cities Computer Society.

"Law Enforcement Technology" presented by Officer Tony Stone of the Clinton, Iowa, Police Department, will be the special program at the Quad-Cities Computer Society meeting 7 p.m. May 6 at Butterworth Education Center, 7th Street and 12th Avenue, Moline.
Computer technology has provided new opportunities for criminal activity but it has also increased the power and range of law enforcement. Officer Stone of the Clinton Police Department will give us some firsthand information on this topic.
A special invitation to new computer users is being extended to attend the Beginners SIG (Special Interest Group ) which meets at 5:30 PM just before the main meeting.
QCS monthly program meetings are free, handicapped accessible and open to the public. Check the Society's website for more details qcs.org.

















 



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