Archive for November, 2012

16 Nov 2012

Officer believes education is key for open carry law – do you agree?

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As of November 1st, Oklahoma’s law permitting the open carry of handguns has taken effect. For those who are unfamiliar with the term, this means that OK residents are now able to wear a holstered sidearm on their belt. Bixby Police Officer Michael Konshak is got ahead of the issue by offering classes at the […]

16 Nov 2012

Officials: Metal detectors in hospitals would be ‘insane’ – Do you agree?

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In the wake of a fatal shooting at University Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, people are left to wonder if the hospital security staff is taking the appropriate measures to keep the patients, visitors, and staff safe. Security officials say that protocol was followed, and altering protocol is not feasible. Talk of installing metal detectors was […]

16 Nov 2012

Burglar Leaves Note & ID Card At Crime Scene

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In today’s Daily Dumb update we want to highlight the recent case of burglar, Scott Mobs, who left his ID Card in a bag at the crime scene and so was easily apprehended by police officers. Epic fail Scott! Want to use this graphic on your blog? Copy the below code:

16 Nov 2012

The Case for Concealed-Carry on Campus

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There have been numerous occurrences of tragic shootings in schools, colleges and universities over the years. However, following a shooting spree at Virginia Polytechnic in 2007, the debate began again in earnest as to whether students should be allowed to carry a firearms on campus concealed about their person. The Case for Concealed Carry on […]

16 Nov 2012

Malware in Medical Equipment Poses Serious Threat to Hospital Security

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As more and more hospitals run Windows on their medical equipment and data systems, malware is becoming a serious threat. The dangers are not just limited to the privacy of patient’s data. Malware that affects machines that are used to control medical devices can lead to serious life threatening problems. This is becoming a real […]

16 Nov 2012

Critical report faults University security

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The University’ security has some flaws in it, as a report that recently has been released points out. The report criticizes the lack of relationship between the university security and other critical organizations. It also points out that students and staff do not know the difference between the 3 organizations involved in campus security. Read […]

15 Nov 2012

UW-L student accused of kicking officer in face

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A student in Wisconsin has been accused of kicking a police officer in the face. Christopher Stackhouse, a student at University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse allegedly kicked the officer after a pursuit on foot during the early hours of Sunday morning. Stackhouse, 19, faces charges of assault, disorderly conduct, and resisting officers. He had a blood alcohol […]

15 Nov 2012

Facility and Campus Security do you support this? Many Detroit Residents Use Neighborhood Patrols

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Many Detroit neighborhoods are resorting to volunteer patrols, and meetings to combat crimes. There are even some that combine the use of websites to help them keep an eye out on crime in their neighborhoods. This has helped some upscale neighborhoods keep an eye on crime before it happens. Read the full article here: Facility […]