Terrorism

Read: Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

We owe it to our officers to fully comprehend and address the real security threats our country faces. Last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol proves that.

Read: FBI Not Investigating Parents Who Protest School Board Meetings

FBI Not Investigating Parents Who Protest School Board Meetings

The FBI only opens investigations when there is information “indicating the potential use of force or violence and a potential violation of federal law.”

Read: The Illinois School Safety Conference Is THIS Tuesday, Oct. 5

The Illinois School Safety Conference Is THIS Tuesday, Oct. 5

The school safety conference is a free, one-day event that will take place on Tuesday, October 5 in Niles, Illinois.

Read: Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Read: Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

A new study has found that armed protests are six times more likely to turn violent than protests without guns.

Read: COVID-19 Subsides, but Violence Escalates as Feds Predicted

COVID-19 Subsides, but Violence Escalates as Feds Predicted

A DHS memo issued in early 2020 warned of increased violence due to emotional, mental and financial strain exacerbated by the pandemic and social isolation.

Read: Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.

Read: USC Safe Communities Institute Announces National Registry to Track Police Misconduct

USC Safe Communities Institute Announces National Registry to Track Police Misconduct

The USC Safe Communities Institute’s LEWIS (Law Enforcement Work Inquiry System) Registry is the first public database for police officer firings and resignations nationwide.

Read: FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism report shows 2019 was the most violent year for white supremacist attacks.

Read: 3 Dead Bodies Left in Car at Albuquerque Hospital; Suspect in Custody

3 Dead Bodies Left in Car at Albuquerque Hospital; Suspect in Custody

The FBI believes the killings are associated with Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.

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