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Video: Nationwide DHS Sweep Nets 600 Known Gang Members

May 2, 2014
A massive nationwide crackdown on street gangs has netted hundreds of suspects. Suspected gang members were rounded up by the hundreds in a massive federal crackdown called "Project Southbound," targeting one of the largest international criminal street gangs, the Surenos, or Sur 13.

Nationwide DHS Sweep Nets 600 Known Gang Members

May 2, 2014

A massive nationwide crackdown on street gangs has netted hundreds of suspects. Suspected gang members were rounded up by the hundreds in a massive federal crackdown called "Project Southbound," targeting one of the largest international criminal street gangs, the Surenos, or Sur 13. Read Full Story Here.

NYPD Probes Beheading of Statue of Liberty Replica Seen in YouTube Video

July 9, 2009
Police in New York City are scrambling to locate the producers of a YouTube video that depicts a stolen replica of the Statue of Liberty blindfolded, beheaded and smashed into pieces — a display that one terror expert says is intended to "instill fear" in everyday Americans.

Border Agents May Wear Masks to Avoid Swine Flu

May 1, 2009
Border patrol and airport workers may wear surgical masks as a preventative measure to avoid exposure to swing flu, the Department of Homeland Security has told Fox News.

TREXPO West: Speakers Scoff at Claims of End to War on Terror

May 1, 2009

Richard "Mack" Machowicz and Det. Ebrahim Ashabi come from very different backgrounds, but they demonstrated in their keynote addresses at TREXPO West that they are both straight shooters who value honesty and have no use for political correctness.

Cleaning Out My Files

April 1, 2009

It's no coincidence that the Mumbai terror teams used Google Earth to map out their plan.

Mumbai: You Would Have Shot Back

January 1, 2009

American law enforcement would react faster, with more courage than its Indian counterparts and that would make it harder for terrorists to slaughter citizens.

Obama and Law Enforcement: What Will He Do?

January 1, 2009

No one knows how Obama's presidency will play out. The only thing we do know is what he has said that he plans to do in the next four years. The following is an examination of what he's said about issues near and dear to American law enforcement and commentary from leading law enforcement experts on how it will affect you.

Top Obama Adviser: Napolitano is Homeland Security Pick

November 20, 2008
Gov. Janet Napolitano is President-elect Barack Obama's choice to lead the Department of Homeland Security, multiple news agencies reported late Wednesday. If appointed, the Democrat in her second term would head the sprawling federal agency, which is responsible for immigration policy and border security as well as emergency response issues.

Why You Aren't Being Trained to Prevent Terror Attacks

September 1, 2008

Educating officers about terrorism is now officially "politically incorrect."

"Terror at Beslan: A Russian Tragedy with Lessons for America's Schools"

September 1, 2006

BOOK REVIEW: Reading this book reminded me of how I felt when I viewed the film "United 93." I knew going in how it would end but, as they say, "The devil's in the details."

The Harbinger

September 1, 2006

When Russian Special Forces units stormed the terrorist held school in Beslan on Sept. 3, 2004, John Giduck was landing in Moscow with his Archangel team of tactical consultants. Police Magazine editor David Griffith caught up with Giduck by phone as he was preparing to hit the road again, moving from agency to agency warning American cops that Beslan-type school sieges are coming to America.

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