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Law enforcement officials today are facing a challenging and demanding operating environment. As society is increasingly connected and the world becoming borderless, technologies can help law enforcement to prevent, detect and investigate more efficiently, but at the same time, they also open up possibilities for criminals.

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TAC Africa through her collaborations and partnerships curate, develop projects to help organization and industries benefit from emerging technology

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Institute For Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (IRPAS)

Institute for Remotely Piloted Aircraft System was conceived to address the growing demand for digital transformation. Our goal is to be the first Remotely Piloted Aircraft training and assessment organization in Nigeria. Our mission is to ensure that the training and licensing of professional RPAS Pilot In Nigeria is conducted with the highest standard to meet global standard practice.

The School of Hard Knocks

The School of Hard Knocks is a cutting edge Co-creation Hub for Sports, Research and Community Development Activities for Kids of all age and adults of all works of life. It is a subscription based community and located within the suburb of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja – Nigeria.

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Project 774

Project 774 is an ongoing initiative of the Technology Against Crime Africa NGO. It is a project initiated to help curb the security challenges and drive the growth of the Digital Economy in Africa through a community-based approach (Community-centered Digital Hub) to promote digital engagement

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Smart Policing Concept

Innovation is not just about the latest gadget-it's about finding new ways to do things better. innovation can take the form of new concepts, new methods or new tools but innovation tends to work best when all this forms come together to enable police and law enforcement agencies to have greater insight and impact than ever before. the innovation that are shaping the future of law enforcement begin with emerging technologies that support new concept of operations, enabling the interventions, and relationships that keep society safe.

The Underground Economy

Changes in technology, society, and the law make new crimes possible. Attitudes are changing too. The implications of these shifts are complex. This is seen in the way law enforcement and businesses have had to adapt to deal with risks and opportunities presented by an ever-changing digital environment..

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The Drone Book

The past decade has seen the adoption of drones as a tool in the armory of the police and other law enforcement agencies. last year, the campaign group Drone Watch gathered information on police usage of drones in the uk. The response to freedom of information requests sent to 48 police revealed the true extent of this phenomenon. 33 regional forces now directly own and use drones.

Blockchain And Cryptocurrency

Decentralized finance leverages key principles of the Ethereum blockchain to increase financial security and transparency, unlock liquidity and growth opportunities, and support an integrated and standardized economic system. Programmability. Highly programmable smart contracts automate execution and enable the creation of new financial instruments and digital assets.

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TAC Africa is wholly committed to developing the Africa’s Economic and Security space through Digital Specialized Skills and Capacity building for Academia, Law Enforcement Agencies, Government Organizations and individuals by serving as catalyst through which Emerging Technological Solutions could be thought in a structured and easy to learn methodology

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