After six officers suffered non-life threatening injuries, the city’s mayor is calling for tougher gun control policies to help law enforcement keep firearms out of the wrong hands.
The department has used video footage from the 3,200-camera system in over 140 cases in the past year, calling the program “game changing.”
The proposed measure would require hospitals and other employers to implement workplace violence prevention programs.
By April, the county police department will outfit nearly 700 officers with cameras. But the city’s department of 1,300 does not have a parallel program in the works.
A Homeland Security agency and the FBI’s El Paso office are cautioning Americans to watch out for malicious "charity" emails and phone call scams.
Communities are calling for legislative action, particularly after it was revealed that one shooting was motivated by white supremacist ideology.
Experts believe Cisco’s payout to a whistleblower could set a precedent for future lawsuits against vendors who sell products with security vulnerabilities.
In the world of sports, oftentimes there’s as much action in the stands as there is on the floor. That’s why the Milwaukee Bucks felt it was so important to design their new stadium with a network of security cameras to safeguard the welfare of players and fans alike.
The Gilroy, California police chief credited his department’s robust security operation with stopping the shooter in his tracks.
The report comes as Senate Republicans move to block election security legislation, arguing that election officials have already fixed the security issues they experienced in 2016.