Members of the J-CODE team conduct a search of a residence and vehicle in California in March 2019, where drugs were among the items seized. (Courtesy of the FBI)

J-CODE Nets 61 arrests in Operation Targeting Darknet Opioid Trafficking

Members of the Joint Criminal Opioid and Darknet Enforcement (J-CODE) team shut down 50 Darknet accounts used for illegal activities, and international law enforcement agencies made 61 arrests as a result...
Central American migrants are seen inside an enclosure in El Paso after crossing the border between Mexico and the United States. (Courtesy of YouTube.)

Border Hits ‘Breaking Point’ in El Paso

March 28, 2019 – In Breaking News – Fox News The nation’s top border security official said Wednesday that the border is at its "breaking point" during a visit to Texas, where as many as...
The biggest benefit of building a mass notification ecosystem is that it can be done without needing to make a huge investment in new technology. Let 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program competitor show you how build a mass notification ecosystem, with many tools your organization probably already has in place.

Know the Benefits of Building a Mass Notification Ecosystem

By Pat Scheckel, Executive Vice President of Product Management at Singlewire Software Defining a Mass Notification Ecosystem In any organization, there are devices and systems in place to help keep people safe and...
Robots are often used as the first line of defense in response to a bomb threat; learning how to use such an advanced tool is a primary training component at the FBI’s Hazardous Devices School, at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, the only facility in the country that trains and certifies the nation’s public safety bomb technicians. (Courtesy of the FBI)

Where the Nation’s Bomb Techs Learn the Tools of the Trade (Multi-Video)

By the FBI The bomb threat at an Alabama strip mall was met by a robust response—bomb technicians from around the country armed with X-ray gear, robot technology, and the latest intelligence...
Immigrants living in the US with serious criminal records can be held without bail while awaiting deportation even if ICE didn’t immediately pick them up when they were released from prison or jail, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a 5-4 decision marked another rejection

Court Upholds ICE Detention Without Bail for Serious Criminals

March 19, 2019 – In Breaking News – The Washington Times Immigrants living in the U.S. with serious criminal records can be held without bail while awaiting deportation even if ICE didn’t...
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ASC Sounds Alarm of Relying Exclusively on Mobile Device Alerts

American Signal Corporation (ASC), a Milwaukee-based company that develops a variety of sirens and emergency alert systems, and Two-Time Winner in the 2018 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, is sounding the alarm...
Smiths Detection delivers cost-effective and efficient solutions for security professionals and first responders across the globe facing evolving threats in environments ranging transportation networks to government buildings, from schools to public spaces, by constantly investing in new technologies and solutions.

Think You Know Smiths Detection? Find Out More Here (Multi-Video)

Every minute of every day, detection and screening technology manufactured by Smiths Detection helps to protect people and infrastructure, making the world a safer place. Smiths Detection is a global authority on...
Raven's Challenge is a series of interoperability exercises that are designed to give Military Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians and Public Safety Bomb technicians the opportunity to merge their resources and perform Counter-IED operations together in a realistic environment.

EOD Save the Date: ATF 2019 Raven’s Challenge Interoperability Exercise

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) National Center for Explosives Training and Research (NCETR), in collaboration with the U.S. Army Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) G-38 –...
A slump in the number of special agent applicants—from a peak of 68,500 in 2009 to 11,500 in the year that ended in September—has forced the nation’s top law enforcement agency to overhaul its recruitment, increase its outreach, target women and minorities and relax some eligibility requirements, interviews and data show.

FBI’s Most Wanted: Seeks More Applicants for Special Agents

In Breaking News – The Wall Street Journal Few law enforcement jobs are more coveted than the FBI’s special agent positions, but the tightest labor market in decades is forcing the bureau...
This is the Jet Ski used during the smuggling attempt, alongside a Border Patrol SAFE Boat. (Courtesy of CBP)

Failed Smuggling Attempt Evolves into Border Patrol Rescue

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to Buffalo Station observed three subjects, on what appeared to be a stranded jet ski, stuck in the ice near the southern portion of Beaver Island State...