I was a newly promoted detective for the Joplin Police Department. I really wanted to learn the ropes quickly, but this not what I had in mind. With 7 homicides in one year, we faced what constituted a crime wave for our small community. More…
By Greg Dagnan Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Missouri . . . → Read More: Increasing Crime Scene Integrity by Creating Multiple Security Levels
‘Latest News Headline: A four year old child accidentally shoots sleeping father with own gun before shooting himself dead.’
Such horrible news but this could happen to your own family too. Throughout the years, guns have protected millions of people; but accidentally took a life from millions of others too.
Owning a gun will . . . → Read More: Why Effective Security Is Essential for Firearms
Many people dismiss corporate IT rules as something trivial but such regulations can be determining for the safety of important and sensitive business information.
A big number of business operations are moving to the computing and web realm. Just think about the number of operations and transactions that require a computer and internet access. . . . → Read More: The Importance of IT Security Rules for Information Management
Home security is becoming more of a concern as the U.S. economy continues to struggle. In fact, I’ve seen a recent report that a property crime occurs (resulting in about $1000 of stolen goods each time) every 3 seconds, on average, in this country! As a result, I’ve decided to publish this article regarding . . . → Read More: Home Security Strategy and Recommendations
All types of new and strange evils are taking place in today’s societies worldwide. The growing cases of theft, robbery, murder, rape, burglary, and suicide are just the fewer of crimes occurring around the world. Terrorism, serial killing, and mass murders are some more heinous crimes creating new threats to the societies and posing . . . → Read More: Increased Security at Police Stations
The tragedy of September 11, 2001, the subsequent anthrax attacks, and ongoing terror threats internationally have markedly changed national and international security and information sharing. While, the success of U.S. science and engineering has been built on a system of information sharing and open communication, not only among U.S. institutions, but also with the . . . → Read More: Science and Security
More and more things involve us using passwords. And with the ever increasing power of computers, it’s getting ever easier to crack this layer of protection. Computers don’t care how complex the password is, they’ll just keep chipping away until they get the answer. So how can you create a password that is easy . . . → Read More: How to Create Passwords That Aren’t Easy to Crack