Archive for March, 2013

29 Mar 2013

COP Model; Stand Alone Failure, Inspires Others

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Community Policing & Problem Solving The COPS Era, with a few exceptions is a series of missed attempts for addressing America’s frustration over the divisive period of the 1960s. The farce that it was something revolutionary by branding it as neighborhood-based failed to convince cops or communities. Ask any cop what are the central principles [...]

28 Mar 2013

World’s Dumbest Criminals- Batman Gone Bad

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Check out this video posted on Youtube.com. This short video from the local news tells a story about a really dumb criminal who tried to rob the store with his Batman costume on. After a warning shot, his gun jammed, giving and opportunity to a real hero in the store to chase after him. For [...]

28 Mar 2013

THIEF STEALS BEER TRUCK!

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Interesting video from Youtube.com. Stealing a truck is not a business for everyone, especially if the track was originally designed to transport beer. Apart from the obvious smell coming from behind, this unlucky thief had to endure a humiliation of a slow speed chase on the streets of Florida that ended with him almost drowning [...]

28 Mar 2013

Worlds Dumbest Criminals- Special Burgers

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Interesting video posted on Youtube.com. It is never a good idea to bring your marijuana to work, especially if you work in a food industry. Two teenagers managed to cook burgers with a little bit of special ingredient in it, not counting on a fact that police officers eat burgers too. After the night patrol [...]

27 Mar 2013

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

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I just read an article on Securitymagazine.com that you may be interested in. One of the side effects of bad economy around Detroit area is the rise of crime. In order to prevent that, many Detroit residents are organizing themselves into neighborhood patrols and they claim that their efforts helped preventing the rise of criminal [...]

27 Mar 2013

HOODED ROBBER NO MATCH FOR CLERK!

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This 20 second video from Youtube.com teaches a valuable lesson. If you are desperate enough to try to rob a clerk, at least make sure that you are strong enough to go through your undignified deed. As the video shows, the unlucky hooded robber was easily overpowered by an obviously well prepared clerk who knew [...]

27 Mar 2013

CAR THIEVES BUSTED IN BAIT CAR!

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Watch this video on Youtube.com. One of the ways police tries to stop the stealing of cars is to plant bait cars around the neighborhoods and wait for the thieves who are dumb enough to come and try to get it. While they don’t suspect anything, multiple cameras and other useful gadgets planted within a [...]

27 Mar 2013

BURGLAR GETS STUCK IN VENT!

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Check out this video on Youtube.com. Another one in a series of dumb criminals mistakes shows an unlucky guy who tried to rob the store by waiting for the store to close and entering through the exhaust vent. As you might expect the unlucky thief got stuck in the pipe so he had to endure [...]

26 Mar 2013

Malware in Medical Equipment Poses Serious Threat to Hospital Security

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Check out this article on Eweek.com. One of the details people don’t think about is that medical institutions run Windows based computers too and that they are susceptible to malware like all the other computers. According to this interesting article from the E-week the hospitals are focusing on preventing malware entering their networks and threatening [...]

26 Mar 2013

Tracking School Children With RFID Tags? It’s All About the Benjamins

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I just read an article on Wired.com that you may be interested in. A Texas school district has begun to track student attendance via radio frequency identification devices (RFID) embedded in ID cards. This method is easier than a physical headcount in a given classroom, and detecting a students’ presence anywhere on campus is important [...]