Monthly Archives: September 2011

Your Private Information Is Like Your Credit Report

As a law enforcement agent or public official, it is in your best interest to learn just  how the internet can affect your life.  It’s like your credit report; it’s there and even if you do not check it, your … Continue reading

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Law Enforcement and the Mentally Ill

          The attack and subsequent death of 37 year old Kelly Thomas, a schizophrenic homeless man, by several Fullerton Police Officers has been in the national news since early July.   A flood of questions linger about … Continue reading

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Support for Law Enforcement Families

When most people are running away from dangerous situations, police officers bravely confront each new challenge leveled at them. They possess the unique ability to stop someone who has harmed or could potentially harm others, making society a safer place … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing and Data Privacy

Information technology (IT) is a 3.6 trillion dollar industry according to an article in Forbes titled Biz Tech’s New Big Alliances.  When you think about it, the IT sector encompasses vast elements of products, services and jobs for countless individuals … Continue reading

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