Wednesday, 22 November 2017
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University of Central Florida suspends sorority for hazing

Added: 21.11.2017 19:21 | 1 views | 0 comments

A University of Central Florida sorority has been suspended after its members were accused of hazing, underage drinking and providing false information to law enforcement.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

Tiger bones? Lion bones? An almost extinct cycad? On-the-spot DNA checks at ports of entry

Added: 21.11.2017 16:11 | 4 views | 0 comments

Wildlife species are going extinct faster than humankind can reliably keep track of. Meanwhile, wildlife crime evolves quickly, with new tricks fueling a lucrative illegal global trade. As a result, customs and other port-of-entry officials confronted with unidentifiable bits of animals and plants need to make rapid decisions based on reliable information. LifeScanner LAB-IN-A-BOX, a portable DNA barcoding lab can serve as a new tool for rapid on-site species identification, adding to law enforcement's arsenal.

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Cisco, Interpol team up to share cybercriminal threat data

Added: 21.11.2017 12:17 | 12 views | 0 comments

The tech giant and law enforcement agency will share intelligence on the latest cyberthreats.

From: www.zdnet.com

'Are You the One: Second Chances' Winner Rashida Beach Busted for DUI

Added: 18.11.2017 21:29 | 12 views | 0 comments

Rashida Beach -- a star on MTV's "Are You the One?" who returned to win the "Second Chances" spinoff -- was arrested in Georgia for a DUI ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement tells us ... Rashida was booked early Saturday morning by DeKalb PD and...

From: www.tmz.com

Mob boss 'Toto' Riina has died while serving 26 life sentences

Added: 17.11.2017 14:48 | 23 views | 0 comments

Mafia ‘boss of bosses’ Salvatore ‘Toto’ Riina has died in the hospital while serving multiple life sentences as the mastermind of a bloody strategy to assassinate Italian prosecutors and law enforcement trying to bring down the Cosa Nostra,

From: rssfeeds.usatoday.com

Top Army officer says 'significant amount' of soldiers' crime data not reported to feds

Added: 16.11.2017 1:00 | 14 views | 0 comments

The Army’s top officer said Wednesday that his service had many "gaps" to fill when it comes to sharing soldiers' criminal history with federal law enforcement agencies in the wake of this month's Texas church shooting, which was carried out by an Air Force veteran with a history of domestic violence.

From: feeds.foxnews.com

U.S. Army sees 'significant' gaps in reporting criminal activities to law enforcement

Added: 15.11.2017 20:49 | 17 views | 0 comments

The U.S. Army's chief of staff said on Wednesday there were "significant" gaps in reporting soldiers' criminal activities to law enforcement, an omission the Air Force acknowledged in the case of a Texas gunmen who killed 26 people.

From: feeds.reuters.com

Army Chief of Staff: 'Gaps and failures' in reporting criminal activity to FBI

Added: 15.11.2017 20:00 | 12 views | 0 comments

The U.S. Army Chief of Staff said there are "gaps and failures" on the part of the Army to report the criminal activity of soldiers to civil law enforcement agencies like the FBI. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Gen. Mark Milley estimated that as many as 10 to 20 percent of the Army's total cases are not reported. "The percentage is too high," he admitted. After former Airman Devin Kelley opened fire at a church in Texas earlier this month, killing 26 people, it was revealed that the Air Force had failed to submit his conviction on domestic violence-related charges to the FBI. Had the FBI obtained his record, Kelley would have been legally prohibited from purchasing a firearm. "It's not just an Air Force problem," Milley said. "It's a problem across all the services where we have gaps in reporting criminal activity of people in service when they're convicted or they get a dishonorable discharge or those sorts of things, getting that over the appropriate law enforcement...

From: abcnews.go.com

Does Backpage help or hinder efforts to stop sex trafficking?

Added: 15.11.2017 17:39 | 9 views | 0 comments

Some in law enforcement say that if ads aren't on their site they'll pop up somewhere else – on sites that may not be as helpful to police

From: feeds.cbsnews.com

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