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Preventing Wrongful Deportation

- The case of a mentally impaired person who was deported despite being a citizen has raised questions about the government's deportation procedures.

Police Testify On Behalf of Bulletproof Vest Program

- Senators and police tout the Bulletproof Vest Partnership during National Police Week.

College Football's Crime Connection

- New research indicates that communities that host college football games experience more assaults on game day, especially if the home team loses.

Reclaiming Stolen Assets from Corrupt Autocrats

- Anti-corruption advocates are finding international opposition to legal regimes to reclaim looted assets, but the tide may be turning.

Police Analysis and Planning for Homicide Bombings, 2nd Edition

- Using the more accurate concept, homicide bombing, this work is a superior foundation for security professionals who seek to prevent, or prepare to respond to, terrorist bombings.

U.S. Federal Legislation: Identity Theft

- A bill (S. 2168) introduced by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) that would increase penalties for identity theft has been approved by the Senate and is now pending in the House Judiciary Committee. The bill would provide restitution for victims of identity theft for the time spent dealing with the issue as well as actual monetary damages. The bill would also expand the identity theft laws to include organizations that are victimized rather than just individuals as under current law. Such damages could be paid for using criminal and civil forfeitures of property used to commit computer fraud offenses.

Fighting Fraud: How to Establish and Manage an Anti-Fraud Program

- Get the practical advice needed to develop a successful anti-fraud program.

Four Alleged Members of ELF Indicted in Michigan

- The four stand accused of torching a genetic-engineering facility at Michigan State University in 1999.

U.S. Federal Legislation: Domestic Violence

- A bill (H.R. 4015) introduced by Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA) would prohibit employers from discriminating against employees who are victims of stalking.

Europe's Car Thieves Go Upscale

- Europe's stolen car industry—a network of thieves, mechanics, document forgers, and car dealers—now targets luxury vehicles.

Strategies to Combat Youth Violence

- Groups that work to reduce problems that can lead to violence among young people are trying to coordinate their efforts to enhance results.

Just the Facts: Investigative Report Writing, 3rd Edition

- If you are interested in a review of the law enforcement report writing process and how it relates to your policies and procedures as a security professional, this book is for you.

State Legislation: Arizona: Data Security

- An new Arizona law (formerly S.B. 1042) amends existing data security statutes to include breaches of data maintained by law enforcement agencies. Prior to S.B. 1042, which requires that businesses in the state conduct an investigation after a breach of data security and notify those customers affected by the incident, law enforcement agencies were not exempt. Under the new law, the state department of public safety, county sheriff’s offices, and municipal police departments must develop an information security policy that includes notification procedures in case of a data breach.
 




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