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Law enforcement get new search tool to monitor people of interest

LP Police releases enhanced searches that give police law enforcement and federal investigators a whopping amount of information in a short time
By: Michael Hatamoto | Hacking & Security News | Posted: Jul 24, 2014 7:21 am

A person and mobile phone search database popular among law enforcement and federal agencies, LP Police, has now added advanced live data search capabilities so police can resolve cases faster.




A new social media search allows offers to enter a name and have immediate access to user profiles, profile photos, social influence, and other data, from more than 100 social media services. Searching for people through the work search feature will pull current and former employers, names, company names, position held, phone numbers and addresses.


"The LP Police team is pleased to introduce yet another round of significant search updates and user improvements," said Ron Lifton, LP Police CEO, in a press statement. "Police departments, government agencies and law enforcement across the country unanimously endorse our ongoing enhancements, best phone data in the industry, and bullet proof customer support."


For many people still upset about the National Security Agency's widespread surveillance, this will prove to be another reason to put your tinfoil hats on. Cities of varying sizes are rolling out license plate readers, despite public fear of surveillance.


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