New Easy and Affordable MobileDetect Field Test Enables Law Enforcement to Detect Gun Shot Residue Immediately with Smartphone-based Technology

DetectaChem Unveils New Weapon in Fight Against Gun Violence

DetectaChem, a global leader in handheld explosive and drug threat detection technology, and a twice nominated new finalist in the 2019 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, is providing a new weapon...
Used in treatment of cancer, trauma, burns, and other serious conditions

Critical Shortage of Blood Platelets in NJ; Donors Urgently Needed (Video)

Vitalant, the nationwide, blood collection organization, is facing a critical shortage of blood platelets in New Jersey, and donors are needed immediately. Platelets are primarily used in treating cancer, trauma, transplant, heart,...
Call 911 or Crime Stoppers of Tacoma-Pierce County at 1-800-222-TIPS if you spot Ronald Clayton, a Level III sex offender. Clayton is 6'0", 222 lbs, and is on foot. Be sure to keep an eye out around the transient camps.

Search On for Convicted WA Rapist who Cut Off GPS Tracker (See Video)

October 7, 2019 – In Breaking News – Q13 Fox A Washington's Most Wanted fugitive alert for an extremely dangerous convicted rapist who cut off his GPS tracker Monday. Ronald Clayton, 41, was...
The objective of the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) study “Firefighter Fatalities in the United States” is to identify and analyze all on-duty firefighter fatalities to increase understanding of their causes and how they can be prevented. The study is intended to help identify approaches that could reduce the number of deaths in future years. (Courtesy of the U.S. Fire Administration)

2018 U.S. Firefighter Fatalities Report Now Available from USFA

The 2018 U.S. Fire Administration's annual report on firefighter fatalities in the United States is now available. The report continues a series of annual studies began in 1986 by the USFA of...
“The goal of our Stop Sextortion campaign is to alert young people to one of the risks that they can encounter online,” said Supervisory Special Agent Brian Herrick, assistant chief of the FBI’s Violent Crime Section. (Courtesy of the FBI)

Dangerous Connections: Youth Face a Risk of Sextortion Online (Multi-Video)

By the FBI Youth Should Be On Guard Online Students in many high schools and middle schools will soon be walking by FBI posters warning them of a crime that begins on their...
Nobody forced Officer Brian Mulkeen to trade his Wall Street job for an NYPD badge & put his life on the line each day on the streets of NYC. “Brian was anything but ordinary,” said Comm O’Neill as thousands of fellow officers gathered both inside & outside his funeral services. "What he accomplished in his short time, at 33 years old, is nothing short of extraordinary. It’s a special thing, and Brian was a special person." (Courtesy of the NYPD & Facebook)

PBA Condemns Using Death of Hero Officer to ‘Demonize Cops’ (Videos)

October 5, 2019 – In Breaking News – New York Post The Police Benevolent Association condemned two public defenders on Saturday for using hero officer Brian Mulkeen’s tragic friendly fire death to “demonize cops.” The...
Harris County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was shot during a traffic stop and later died. He was a 10-year veteran of the dept and leaves behind a wife and three children. (Courtesy of the Harris County Sheriff's Office)

Hero Down in ‘Ambush’ Shooting after Making History in Texas (Multi-Video)

September 28, 2019 – In Breaking News – The Washington Post One of the first sheriff’s deputies in the country to wear a traditional Sikh turban on duty was fatally shot from behind Friday...

Border Patrol Grabba Nabs Previously Removed Mexican National (Video)

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested one Mexican National using a mobile-biometric-device to confirm his identity, he was processed for removal from the United States. On September 29, agents responded to the City...

SWORD Returns to Compete in 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program (Videos)

With more and more so-called soft targets being attacked around the world, heightened security is needed virtually everywhere. With the ongoing threat of global terrorism or instances of mass shootings or other...
A recent study involving fire departments in Florida examined how organizational factors can influence the implementation of firefighter cancer screening and other occupational safety and health activities. (Courtesy of the USFA)

How Organizational Factors Affect Firefighter Cancer Screening

By the U.S. Fire Administration Research has found firefighters in the United States are at greater risk for developing respiratory, digestive and urinary tract cancers than the general U.S. population. The research community...