08/03/2012 - A journalist bypasses Olympic security with a $15 costume. German officials want to know why two KKK members were allowed to stay on the force. By 2013 a biological attack may be more likely than a nuclear attack. And more.
07/27/2012 - About 16 percent of sex offenders attempt to hide or change their identities in an effort to circumvent parole rules aimed at preventing them from striking again, according to a recent study.
07/26/2012 - The message is that supervisors and leaders who demonstrate by personal example that they’re not too busy or too self-important to bend over and pick up their own spent brass on the firing range are more effective than others who do not.
07/26/2012 - A man outs an NYPD spy operation after mistaking it for a terrorist cell. Olympic athletes told not to post pictures of their credentials on Twitter. James Holmes sent a package describing his attack plans to his university. And more.
07/25/2012 - Protesters clash with police overnight in Anaheim. A move by the Supreme Court leads some to speculate it will rule on arrestee DNA collection. D.C. police say it’s legal to video tape and photograph police. And more.
07/11/2012 - The subtitle of this book refers to criminal justice officers, supervisors, and administrators, but the principles can also apply to security directors and managers whose officers may have to use force as part of their jobs.
06/15/2012 - The subtitle of this book refers to criminal justice officers, supervisors, and administrators, but the principles can also apply to security directors and managers whose officers may have to use force as part of their jobs.
06/12/2012 - During a crisis situation, security professionals, corporate and public officials, and law enforcement representatives must know how best to work with the media to disseminate information to the public. Jane Jordan-Meier’s book takes up this issue in an informative and comprehensive way.
06/05/2012 - The NRF says that the rise in retail crime numbers is a result of enforcement efforts and criminals becoming more desperate. Charlotte expands its electronic monitoring program. TSA fires five and suspends 38 for failing to screen passengers properly. And more.