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Officer Safety During Riots

Riot gear, helmets, and shields. These are some of the protective equipment that police officers use to help keep them safe during large scale rioting, such as what took place recently at the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Fueled by … Continue reading

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Wishing you peace and joy this holiday season!

The Public Safety Assistance Foundation would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We are grateful for the work we get to do every day in helping to protect law enforcement from the exposure … Continue reading

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Home Security Camera Warning

Home security systems – many of us have them because we believe they will help protect our families from criminals. Well now they seem to be the latest interest of hackers who are exploiting them in a really terrifying twist. … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself from Online Shopping Scams

Shopping online has become increasingly popular. And ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, it has become even more prevalent since most of us are staying home. We are shopping not just on our home computers, but on mobile devices as … Continue reading

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Daniel’s Law

Daniel’s Law – a landmark state law in New Jersey – makes it a crime to publish the personal information of judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers online, including where they live. It comes just months after the son of … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving from Privacy for Cops

Privacy for Cops will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, so that our employees can enjoy this special time with their families. We will have limited service availability during the week and appreciate your patience during this time. We thank you … Continue reading

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Happy Veteran’s Day to our Heroes!

Veteran’s Day is a day to reflect and remember that our freedom isn’t guaranteed. It’s protected by the men and women in our Armed Services. The Public Safety Assistance Foundation is proud and honored to celebrate all who served and … Continue reading

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Fraud is on the rise – Ways to help prevent it.

The safety and security of your online personal information should always be a priority. Ever since COVID-19 began, criminals started using these difficult times to come up with schemes to gain access to our very private and personal information. They … Continue reading

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Keeping your data safe should be a top priority!

On October 10, 2020, Barnes & Noble was the victim of a cybersecurity data breach, which resulted in criminals gaining access to customer email addresses’, billing and shipping address, telephone numbers, and transaction histories. Although not worth much to hackers … Continue reading

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2020 Voting – How to keep your online information safe

Election security has become a hot topic recently. And with election day less than five months away, the COVID-19 pandemic has made the task of protecting the election from cyber-attacks even more challenging. Increasing the risk of a potential technical … Continue reading

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