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HTA to incorporate VR into training crime scene investigators

HTA to incorporate VR into training crime scene investigators

29/1/2019 7:10:00 AM

HTA to incorporate VR into training crime scene investigators

The Home Team Academy (HTA) has incorporated virtual reality (VR) technology into its training for crime scene investigators, taking advantage of the digital habits of a new generation of personnel. Since end-2017, 210 senior officers in seven batches have been trained on...

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