Morning Security Brief: Emergency Communications, Twitter Data, Family Files Suit Over Police Shooting, and More

Chicago’s emergency communications system goes down. Twitter releases stats on law enforcement requests. Kenneth Chamberlain’s family sues the White Plains Police. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Wal-Mart Bribery, Text Message Spam, Republican National Convention, and More

A New York Times columnist explains why no one is likely to be jailed for the Wal-Mart bribery scandal. Text message spam sees a 45 percent increase. Security companies look for business from locals ahead of the Republican National Convention. And more.

Morning Security Brief: UC Davis Report Released, Hotel Hacked, Tahrir Square Protests Pick Up and More

UC Davis police used poor judgment in handling Occupy protestors, report says. Hackers target hotels. Protesters back in Tahrir Square. And more.

Morning Security Brief: OIG Under Investigation, Easter Sunday Bombing, Pakastani Speaker Denied Visa, and More

The DHS OIG is under investigation for falsifying documents. A security guard tells how he kept the Easter Sunday bomber from blowing up a church. An outspoken critic of drone attacks is denied a visa to return to the U.S. to speak. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Fighting Bribery, Courthouse Security, Use of Force Questioned After Taser Use, and More

Justice Department cracking down on bribery. Judges had raised concerns about security at Montesano courthouse. Police department shut down after use of force incident. And more.

Detroit Police to Triage 911 Calls

The Detroit Police Department will begin prioritizing 911 calls as part of ongoing efforts to improve emergency service.

Morning Security Brief: Bouncer Crackdown, Teen Creates NBC Detection Tool, MANPADS Task Force, and More

Police arrest unlicensed security workers in South Africa. A science student in Nevada creates a new NBC detection tool. The State Department issues a statement on its efforts to secure Libya's missing weapons. And more.

Morning Security Brief: CBP Audit, Unauthorized Prison Visits, The Met Cites Human Error in Data Breach, and More

Audit finds CBP employees with smuggling and attempted murder on their criminals records. Former officer uses his credentials to visit lover in jail. The London Metropolitan police accidentally share victims' email addresses. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Private GPS Tracking, Oakland Occupiers Clash With Police, Facebook Sues Marketing Company, and More

The use of GPS trackers by private citizens is on the rise. Violent clashes between Occupy Oakland and police led to 400 arrests over the weekend. Facebook sues Adscend Media over clickjacking. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Iraq Detaining Security Contractors, Securing Tablet Devices, Massive Police Layoff In Miami, and More

Iraq expresses it sovereignty by changing visa rules and kicking contractors out. The UK issues guidance for securing tablets. Miami says massive layoff won't affect police response times, but will restrict services for property and economic crimes. And more.

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