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Remembering September 10th: A Day All But Lost to History

Remembering 9/10 is to be reminded that we simply cannot know what tomorrow may bring, or what may follow thereafter.

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Officer's Widow Meets Woman He Saved on 9/11

For two decades, Jaime Amoroso waited to hear from the mystery woman. She often wondered if the woman made it out alive because no one had been able to identify her from the photo.

20 Years After 9/11: What We Can’t Forget

Failing to remember the lessons of what happened before 9/11 puts us all at risk for another catastrophic attack.

20 Years After 9/11: Police And Cyberterror

Cyberattacks are organized crime and a form of asymmetric warfare. American law enforcement at all levels is on the front lines protecting our homeland.

20 Years After 9/11: Countering Terrorism on U.S. Soil

Local, state, and federal law enforcement personnel are on the frontlines of counterterrorism efforts in the United States.

20 Years After 9/11: The Evolving Threat of Terrorism

How did the fight against terrorism change for American law enforcement in the years leading up to 9/11? How has it changed in the 20 years since? And what can we expect for the next 20 years?

Man Who Attacked French Police Officer Sentenced to 28 Years

A man who attacked an officer with the Paris (France) Police Department in in 2017 has been sentenced to 28 years in jail for the attempted assault.

Family of Fallen Massachusetts Officer Urges Support for Police

The family of Officer Sean Collier the MIT Police Department—who was killed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings—is urging the public to support law enforcement.

FBI Says Man Killed in Shootout Wanted to Bomb Hospital Over Coronavirus

FBI officials describe Wilson as a potentially violent extremist known to express racial and religious hatred and antigovernment sentiment.

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Apple vs. the DOJ (Redux): Balancing Privacy and Security

Like forensic, physical, testimonial, or any other form of evidence, digital evidence should not stand alone as the sole pillar of a prosecutor's case. But it is absolutely reasonable to have digital evidence included when it's relevant, and that is only possible when investigators gain the type of access Attorney General Barr and his Department of Justice is looking for in the case of the terror attack on NAS Pensacola.

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