Rapidly deployable reel-mounted booms can close off waterways and docks from potential waterborne threats in minutes

5 Key Questions to Consider in the Maritime Security Sector (Learn More)

Maritime Arresting Technologies, a 2017 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Award Winner for Best Maritime/Seaport Security Solution, was one of 470 participants from fifty-two countries, invited to take part in the Chiefs of Transformation...
Event Pages by AlertMedia: Why they Will Revolutionize Your Critical Communications AlertMedia is known for mass notifications, but we also support efficient communications throughout the life of any event – from planning through resolution.

AlertMedia Event Pages: Connecting People with Critical Info in Real-Time

AlertMedia, the 2017 Gold Award Winner in the 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program for Best IP Mass Notification System, has improved how organizations manage and communicate emergencies. Introducing Event Pages Internal communications have evolved...
1 dead in accident involving train carrying GOP members of Congress (Image courtesy of YouTube)

Train Carrying GOP Congress Members Hits Garbage Truck, 1 Dead

By Daniella Silva and Tom Costello, NBC News A chartered train carrying Republican lawmakers to a retreat collided with a trash truck in Virginia Wednesday morning and left at least one person...
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ATI Enhancements for Warning Systems of Critical Applications

Acoustic Technology Inc. (ATI Systems), a world leading provider of reliable emergency warning & mass notification systems (MNS), is a recipient of the 2017 Platinum ‘ASTORS’ Award for Best Mass Notification...
Tom Wales was shot and killed by a handgun through a basement window, killing the assistant U.S. attorney and father of two while he worked at his desk.

Help the FBI Catch Killer, $1.5M Reward (Learn More, Multi-Video)

By the FBI It has been nearly 10 years since a killer stood outside the Seattle home of Tom Wales and fired several shots from a handgun through a basement window, killing...
This indictment alleges that, among other crimes, on Nov. 19, 2017, Boylston, Meyerholz, and Wilson kidnapped Stephen Cole aka “Lurch,” a member of the Clarksville Mongols, at gunpoint, stripped him of his personal property, including his shoes, wallet and cell phones. Boylston and Meyerholz then transported Cole to Nelper’s residence in Trenton, where they murdered him, disposed of his body, and burned evidence of the crimes.

Mongols Biker Gang Indicted on Murder & Racketeering Charges

A 62-count second-superseding indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday, charging 19 members and associates of the Clarksville, Tennessee chapter of the Mongols Motorcycle Gang...
Vincent Ramos, CEO of Canada-based Phantom Secure & four associates were indicted on charges that they knowingly and intentionally participated in a criminal enterprise that facilitated the importation & distribution of narcotics through the sale & service of encrypted communications to evade law enforcement and obstruct justice while committing transnational drug trafficking.

Phantom Secure Takedown: Selling Unhackable Phones to Drug Cartels

Phantom Secure Helped Drug Traffickers, Organized Crime Worldwide International organized crime and drug trafficking groups were dealt a blow by the takedown of an encrypted communication service they used to plan and...
NIST is releasing a guide that describes procedures for documenting and populating test data on a mobile device before testing a mobile forensic tool—the recovery and interpretation of data found on digital devices is often part of a criminal or civil investigation.

NIST Helps Forensic Investigators Place Data on Mobile Devices

Data recovered from digital devices is often helpful in providing clues for incidents and potential criminal activity. For example, data found on a suspect’s computer, cell phone or tablet may prove to...
Law enforcement that want to use facial recognition ostensibly have good intentions, and regulators could step in to make sure this technology is used in compliance with regulations and laws; for example, to protect against potential false matches, the FBI only uses facial recognition for investigative leads, not as evidence in a prosecution.

NYPD Wants Licenses for Facial Recognition (Learn More, Multi-Video)

By Claudia Geib, Futurism Right now, the only way the NYPD can identify an unknown individual is if they’ve been arrested. But the Wall Street Journal reports that the NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center and...
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

DEA Aims for Record National RX Drug Take Back Day Initiative

After collecting more than 9 million pounds (4,500 tons) of expired, unused and unwanted prescription medications at 14 previous events over the past 7 years, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and...