Visiting the scene of a crime is critical, even 46 years later. Follow the investigation into the unsolved murder of Debbie Williamson and efforts to reignite her case.
One of the most challenging calls for police officers involve domestic violence. Learn how virtual reality training can help officers effectively respond to these volatile and often dangerous calls.
The autopsy report and photos from a local hospital provide critical details about Debbie Williamson’s injuries and the attack itself.
Doug Williamson, husband of murder victim Debbie Williamson of Lubbock, Texas, provides his personal perspective on Debbie’s story.
Facial recognition technology enables law enforcement to identify someone by his or her face. Learn how this technology is being used.
After 46 years, the 1975 murder of Lubbock, Texas, resident Debbie Williamson Agnew still remains unsolved by law enforcement.
A strong law enforcement workforce is vital because it increases public safety. Agencies with high morale are more likely to maintain their workforce.
A technology product that I had an opportunity to test-drive is the G.L.O.V.E., an acronym for “Generated Low Output Voltage Emitter.”