Rave’s web-based vulnerable needs registry helps emergency managers, public safety and health leaders understand the individuals most at-risk within a community, to enable faster coordination and more efficient communication during a critical event.

Rave Mobile Safety Returns to Compete in 2020 ‘ASTORS’ Awards

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted vulnerable populations on a massive scale. The elderly, those with respiratory illnesses and others with underlying conditions that put them at greater risk were the hardest...
Javier Arnoldo Ceron Gomez, 21, one of several MS-13 gang members sought in the assassination of Salvadoran prosecutor Andres Ernesto Oliva Tejada, a prosecuting attorney in the homicide unit of the Salvadoran Attorney General’s Office, was repatriated on board a charter flight coordinated by ERO’s Air Operations Unit, and turned over to top-level Salvadoran judicial and immigration officials.

What are “High-Profile Removals” (HPR)?

By ICE Since U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was established in March 2003, the agency has removed hundreds of thousands of aliens, some of whom fall under the category of high-profile...

COVID-19 Lessons are Learned: Opportunities We Can’t Afford to Miss

Guest OpEd by George Batsakis, EVP of 1901 Group Will we ever spontaneously “high five” a stranger at a sporting event again? Are the countless handshakes at government contracting industry days and technology...
Ryan Dusha Kedar may have changed his appearance. He should be considered ARMED AND DANGEROUS. Investigators are asking those who live in the mountains of South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky or Virginia to be aware. (Courtesy of the U.S. Marshals)

US Marshals Manhunt for ‘Intelligent’, ‘Socially Awkward’ Murder Fugitive

The U.S. Marshals are offering a $5,000 reward and the Crime Stoppers of Greenville are offering an additional reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man wanted by the...
DETECTACHEM

DetectaChem Creates First Mass Market COVID-19 Smartphone Test Kit

DetectaChem, a global leader in innovative portable detection technologies, and Multiple Award Winner in the 2019 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, is preparing to launch a ground-breaking new smartphone-based COVID-19 (Coronavirus)...

TSi Acquires Orolia’s Satellite Search and Rescue Business

Orolia, a Double Platinum Award Winner in the 2019 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has announced that the company's Global Satellite Search and Rescue (SAR) business, has been acquired by Techno-Sciences,...
Aeroturn has been leading the way in perimeter protection solutions for almost two decades, and continues to design, manufacture and install unique, Zero-Maintenance standard and custom turnstile products, in the company's Connecticut headquarters, which are 100% manufactured in the US.

Aeroturn Kicks Off 2020 with Turnstile Awards for Five GSA Sites

Aeroturn LLC, a leading '100% Made In The USA' turnstile manufacturer, and a 2019 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Award Winner, has been selected to create flexible styles of ADA compliant turnstile lanes...
PlateSmart currently offers proactive, real-time solutions to law enforcement agencies that are used to prevent and solve crimes and prevent acts of terrorism.

Global Tech Company NTT Selects PlateSmart for Vehicle Recognition

PlateSmart Technologies, a Platinum Award Winner in the 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, newly nominated to compete in the 2020 'ASTORS' Awards Program, has been selected by NTT Corporation (NTT), to...
Attorney General Bill Barr says the iPhones belonging to Pensacola naval base gunman Mohammed Alshamrani, who killed three US sailors helped the Justice Department in establishing Alshamrani’s “significant” ties to al Qaeda before he even arrived in the U.S. and right up until the night of the murders. (Courtesy of YouTube.)

FBI Finds al Qaeda Links on Pensacola Shooter’s iPhones

May 18, 2020 – In Breaking News – Fox News After being denied help from Apple, FBI investigators have been able to access the contents of the phones that belonged to the Saudi aviation student who shot and killed...
Charles Richard Skaggs, Jr., a sexual predator who went under name Rick Skaggs, is an American who claimed to be running a non-profit for Ukrainian orphans, but was ultimately convicted of sexual exploitation of a minor, possession of child pornography, and concealment of evidence, was sentenced to life in prison on January 30, 2020.

Child Predator Jailed for Life & FBI Agent’s Tips to Keep Kids Safe

By the FBI When FBI Indianapolis Special Agent Ryan Barrett was the newest member of the field office’s Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force, a more seasoned agent wanted to show...