A U.S. Coast Guard crew, a vital component of SARSAT, conducts ocean search and rescue training. (Courtesy of the USCG)

NOAA Satellites Helped Rescue 340 People in 2018 (Learn More, Videos)

The pilot of the rowboat Alba had a noble goal – to raise awareness and funds for the Scottish Association for Mental Health. And he was going to row 3,400 nautical miles,...
HEXWAVE from Liberty Defense, uses a form of low power radar energy that creates 3D images in real-time to detect weapons through clothing and hand-held baggage (backpacks, handbags, etc.).

Will Train Stations and Airports of the Future be Patrolled by AI?

Incidents of terrorism are on the rise, and with concern for public safety at an all-time high, Liberty Defense, through an exclusive license from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, offers  HEXWAVE, enabling discrete, modular, layered...
The rugged, pager-sized FLIR identiFINDER R200-GN SPRD is designed to detect and identify neutrons, in addition to gamma radiation, allowing front-line responders to quickly determine whether there is a true radiation threat for safe, informed decision making.

How to Develop a Radiation Detection Deployment Plan (Multi-Video)

By Kevin Buxton, Director of Business Development at FLIR Systems Radiation is one of the most dangerous threats to responders. You can’t see it, smell it or hear it. It could be...

EAGL – Wireless Gunshot Technology for Everyday Protection (See Video)

With the increasing incidents of gun violence and the horrific mass shootings of the last dozen years, many people asking more than ever, what can be done to protect those in...
Neighborhood Watch Groups are a great example of community joining in on support for safer communities and operate under the oversight of local enforcement as it should be.

Concept for Trust Dev’t between Community & Law Enforcement

OpEd By Dave Minyard The United States of America was founded with the liberty for citizens to bear arms. This has long been a source of contention to those who disagree and as...
As part of his assaults, Nathan Loebe, (left), who was found guilty on 12 counts of sexual assault, five counts of kidnapping among other charges, impersonated former child star Brian Bonsall from the '80s sitcom "Family Ties," (right), after the two met behind bars, Loebe assumed his identity all in an effort to attract women and then sexually assault them.

Serial Rapist Convicted after Rape Kit Backlog Testing Prioritized (Videos)

March 2, 2018 – In Breaking News – CNN A Tucson man was convicted of raping seven women over a 12-year period after police received a grant to test rape kits and changed a...
Five people were arrested in a bust of an alleged heroin and fentanyl mill in Ardsley, Westchester County, a wealthy community about 20 miles north of New York City. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Fentanyl Bust in NY Finds Enough to Kill Nearly 2 Million People, DEA Says

March 2, 2018 – In Breaking News – CNN A home in a quiet Westchester County, New York, neighborhood was hiding enough fentanyl to kill 2 million people, the US Drug Enforcement...
Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik were the two perpetrators of a terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, on December 2, 2015., which killed 14 people and injured 22 others. Both died in a shootout with police later that same day. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Finding Terrorists in Our Midst, by Author of ‘Family Terror Networks’

Guest OpEd by Dean C. Alexander, professor/director of the Homeland Security Research Program at Western Illinois University and author of the recent book Family Terror Networks (2019) Terrorists, whether inside or external to a...
In 2017, nearly 5.4 million criminal incidents were reported via NIBRS, and 16.3 percent (874,003) of those incidents involved at least one drug/narcotic offense, totaling 13.9 percent of all NIBRS offenses. (Courtesy of the FBI)

5 Reasons Law Enforcement Orgs Should be NIBRS Compliant ASAP

Guest OpEd by Bobby Robertson, CEO, Omnigo Software By January 1, 2021, all U.S. law enforcement agencies will be required to use the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) for collecting and reporting...
The Trump administration has announced a new competition with interagency backing to reward private citizens who develop new tools and technologies t0 help identify illicit opioids trafficked through international mail. (Courtesy of YouTube)

DHS Launches $1.5M Challenge to Detect Illicit Opioids Entering the US

On Tuesday, the new Opioid Detection Challenge, which is a $1.55 million USD global prize competition, was launched by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), in partnership with...