07/09/2012 - An L.A. Times feature explains why BioWatch is “the biodefender that cries wolf.” A U.S. court says police investigations take precedence over academic research. UK CCTV estimate released. And more.
06/27/2012 - The Department of Homeland Security’s Directorate of Science and Technology gives an overview of the program to create a domestic nuclear and radiological detection infrastructure inside the United States.
06/27/2012 - In congressional testimony, Chertoff Group Principal Paul Schneider shares his thoughts on how the government should work with the private sector to meet the cybersecurity threat. Schneider also tells lawmakers why the Department of Homeland Security needs to be reorganized.
05/25/2012 - The Justice Policy Institute says the U.S. suffers from over-policing, in a new report. Investigators are looking at allegations of flawed polygraphs in the recent Secret Service prostitution scandal. A professor looks at how information is disseminated via Twitter after a disaster. And more.
05/24/2012 - DNA from a prior arrest links a man to a girl missing since March. Americans for Effective Law Enforcement builds a database of electronic control weapons research. How the State Department is countering al Qaeda online. And more.
05/18/2012 - The FBI says there are no credible threats to this weekend’s NATO summit. HHS opens the debate on medical countermeasure testing for children. The U.S. is not protected from a Stuxnet-type attack. And more.