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Campus Safety Invites SROs, Campus Police to Participate in Columbine Anniversary Survey

February 2, 2009
To mark the 10-year anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, Campus Safety magazine announces it is now conducting a survey on the state of K-12 school and college security. All individuals who are involved in elementary school and higher education campus safety are encouraged to participate. The survey closes Feb. 5.

Grants Expert Kurt Bradley to Speak at the Campus Safety Conference April 26-28

February 2, 2009
At the Campus Safety Conference, April 26-28 in Tampa, Fla., Kurt Bradley, director for CHIEF Grants, a division of CHIEF Corp., will present two information-packed courses on effective grant application writing. During these two specialized sessions (one for K-12 campus officials, and one for colleges and universities), Bradley, who is a certified grants consultant, will teach attendees how to write grant applications that get results.

FBI Agent Spent Three Years Undercover with Identity Thieves

January 30, 2009
Salesmen and parents know the technique well. It's called the takeaway, and as far as Keith Mularski is concerned, it's the reason he kept his job as administrator of online fraud site DarkMarket.

Homeland Secretary Wants "Criminal Aliens" Out of U.S.

January 29, 2009
If you're a criminal and an illegal immigrant, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano wants you out of the country. Napolitano wants what she calls "criminal aliens" off American streets. She is looking at existing immigration enforcement programs to see if taxpayers are getting the most bang for their buck.

Former LEO Seeks Opinions on Professional Security Personnel

January 29, 2009
A former sheriff's deputy now working in private security welcomes opinions on techniques employed by professional security personnel. What policies and procedures do you disagree with?

American Red Cross of Greater Chicago Seeks Local Heroes

January 29, 2009
Not all heroes wear capes but they all have one thing in common; they make a big difference to someone. The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago is looking for community heroes, including law enforcement officers, to honor at its 2009 Heroes Breakfast.

Arkansas Police Chief Killed in Ice Storm Accident

January 29, 2009
Trumann Police Chief Larry Blagg, 39, was remembered Wednesday as a family man who went well beyond his duty, dying to protect people in the Poinsett County town. Blagg, a 17-year veteran of the department, was killed Tuesday night when a piece of a tree limb struck him on West Main Street.

Arpaio's Plan to Transport Inmates on Light Rail Concerns Phoenix

January 29, 2009
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's new system for hauling prisoners on Metro light rail isn't being met with universal praise. Arpaio spun the plan as a cost-saving measure and calls it "con rail."

San Diego Area Agency May Eliminate K-9 Unit in Budget Cut

January 29, 2009
Some officers who have trained police dogs in the California city of Chula Vista are questioning the wisdom of a City Council vote on Jan. 13 to eliminate a police K-9 program to help balance the city's budget.

Mass. State Police Captain Killed When Car Hits Pole on Route 1

January 29, 2009
Captain Richard J. Cashin, who joined law enforcement in 1980, the same year his uncle was shot to death while working as a Chelsea police officer, was the overnight shift commander for State Police Troop A, whose jurisdiction stretches from Revere to the New Hampshire border, officials said.
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