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A new survey report by Mark 43 Law enforcement demonstrates the need for data transparency and data security. However, nearly half (45%) of Americans do not believe their local police are transparent. And, a majority of the general population (60%) does not believe that the police are set up to succeed when it comes to cyber security.
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Additionally, 93% of respondents favor law enforcement agencies sharing data with the public, with only 7% favoring complete privacy.
The survey also highlighted an unfortunate misunderstanding of law enforcement’s use of technology. Nearly half (44%) of Americans surveyed believe the police are paying attention to personal matters, such as texting, reading emails and scrolling through social media, while on their cell phones. While mobile phones allow police to receive up-to-date information on crime and direction from commanders. Officers also get access to critical workflows like report writing so they can stay in the field while keeping people safe.
The results show that a majority of Americans believe that police need more cybersecurity capabilities for effective records and data protection, to protect critical information collected and stored by law enforcement agencies. Indicates the need for modern technology.
Overall, these national surveys show a strong desire among Americans to share more data with law enforcement agencies, such as information about crime, use of force and mental health crisis response. indicates the
A national online survey of 1,020 US consumers over the age of 18 was conducted by Propeller Insights between July 22 and July 27, 2022.
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