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In the 1930s the work of the F.B.I. popularized the use of scientific aids in the tracking down and conviction of criminals. It is not surprising then that when former F.B.I. man Edward Scheidt became North Carolina's Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, the state began placing emphasis and reliance on scientific devices to combat crime and accidents.
Created by the UNC School of Government faculty Jeff Welty, ASSET (Arrest, Search, and Seizure Electronic Tool) is an app that provides law enforcement officers and others such as general counsel with fast access to information about daily legal issues such as jurisdiction and warrants.