At least seven people were killed at Kabul International Airport as Afghan and foreign citizens attempted to leave the country Sunday, US officials say. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Preventing Terrorism Remains the Main Goal in Afghanistan, Expert Says

The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and swift subsequent seizing of power there by the Taliban has many worried that the country will once again be a safe haven for al-Qaida and...

Tech & Terrorism: Facebook Puts Onus On Users to Identify Extremism

In early July, Facebook began testing a pilot program asking some users on its platform if they had been “exposed to harmful extremist content” or “concerned that someone you know is...
The CDC confirms that the tobacco industry is responsible for the deaths of 480,000 Americans every year, as compared to COVID-19 deaths found by the CDC of only 303,823. (Courtesy of Willgard Krause from Pixabay )

Tobacco Killed More Americans than COVID-19 in 2020: Does it Warrant Corporate Death Penalty?

In the worst pandemic in more than a century, COVID-19 killed less than 350,000 Americans. Quietly however, the tobacco industry killed more Americans in the same year. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control...
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5 Common Accidental Sources of Data Leaks

In cybersecurity and infosec, it’s common to assume that criminals are behind all data breaches and major security events. Bad actors are easy to blame for information leaks or account takeovers,...
A mounting wave of protests calling for police reform swept across the United States on Sunday, while a majority of the Minneapolis City Council pledges to disband the city’s police department in favor of a community-led model. (Courtesy of YouTube)

‘Defund the Police’ Activists Aren’t Living in Reality (Multi-Video)

June 7, 2020 – OpEd In Breaking News – Washington Examiner The idea that we should strip police departments of all funding and come up with a better way to maintain law...

Law Enforcement in a Time of Crisis

March, 2028 – In Breaking News – National Review The Justice Department wants the power to detain suspects indefinitely without trial. That was the storyline last week. DOJ, you were to believe, was...

Behavior & Physical Environment: You Can’t Fix One Without the Other

Guest OpEd By Doug Haines, Owner, Haines Security Solutions A couple of months ago, I was watching a news report about a kid who was bullied, beaten and died from the injuries inflicted on him...

Progressive Bail Reform Policy Driving Rising Crime in NY (Multi-Video)

OpEd by Micah Morrison, chief investigative reporter for Judicial Watch Judicial Watch has been documenting rising social disorder in New York City at the hands of Mayor Bill de Blasio and radical...
‘ASTORS’ Award Winning PlateSmart, cutting edge AI technology and analytic capabilities detect suspicious vehicle movement behavior, such as repeated parking for an extended prior, or frequently driving around a site without stopping, known as ‘circling behavior,’ for proactive intelligence that can prevent an attack from occurring rather than investigating after an attack has occurred.

Widespread Use of LPR Can Combat Lone Wolf Terrorism in the U.S. (Multi-Video)

By John Chigos, CEO, PlateSmart Technologies License plate recognition (LPR) is one of the most important yet most undervalued tools for combatting terrorism. LPR uses surveillance cameras to read license plates as vehicles...
ICE ERO ops target public safety threats, like convicted criminal aliens & gang members, as well as people who've otherwise violated immigration laws, including those who illegally re-entered the US after being removed & immigration fugitives ordered removed by fed immigration judges. When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release serious criminal offenders onto the streets, it undermines ICE’s ability to protect public safety and carry out its mission. (Courtesy of ICE)

ICE Detainers & How Sanctuary Policies Put Public Safety at Risk

ICE arrests Jamaican national with pending attempted murder charges multiple detainer releases U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) deportation officers arrested Irvin Acaphelus Cespedes, 41, on Wednesday,...