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Baltimore police convene committee of mothers to address city violence

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Baltimore police have created a committee of mothers whose sons and daughters have been killed in the city. members of the panel will work with detectives to solve their cases.The department announced the creation of the “Survivors Advisory Board,” a partnership with Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters and A Mother’s Cry, two local advocacy groups, in a news conference at police headquarters Thursday. Members of the board will meet regularly with the commissioner to ensure that families continue to have a voice at the highest levels of the department, reflecting the commissioner’s commitment that all life is sacred,” the department said in a news release. Daphne Alston, a creator of Mothers of Murdered Sons & Daughters, said in the release that she wants the group “to address the impact that violence has had on our lives and to see that another parent does not experience the pain of burying a child.”It’s the seventh such committee the department has created to improve relations with city residents; the others are African-American, Latino, LGBT, youth and business boards. Each meets monthly to provide feedback to the department, police said. source: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-police-committees-20150227-story.html

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Rise in crimes against women in Odisha’s Twin City

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Twin city (Bhubaneswar-Cuttack) recorded highest number of crime cases last year in comparison to the last three years but Commissionerate Police claims that they have detected over 95 per cent of cases related to crimes against women, a much improved effort by the personnel at crime detection. Briefing media persons after the annual crime review meeting at the Commissionerate police headquarter office here today, Commissioner of Police Dr R P Sharma said the twin city recorded 440 cases of crimes against women (Rape, Kidnapping, 498-A, Eve-teasing, Molestation etc) in 2014 against 320 last year- an increase of 36.36 percent. Dr Sharma said despite counselling and a video documentary on safeguarding women in the state, there has been a record of 70 percent rise with 138 rapes being reported in 2014 against 81 in 2013. Minors are the worst affected, he added. In Bhubaneswar Urban Police District (UPD), there were 72 rape cases reported in 2014 against 51 in 2013, 56 in 2012 and 35 in 2011. Whereas in Cuttack UPD, there were 66 rape cases in 2014 against 30 in 2013, 28 in 2012 and 19 in 2011. The commissioner said minors, who elope with men and leave their homes […]

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akeDwonCon Rocket City, EC-Council Foundation’s IT Security Conference, will head back to Huntsville for the third year – registration and call for papers now open

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Huntsville, AL (PRWEB) February 02, 2015 The Rocket City TakeDownCon hosted by EC-Council Foundation partner Dynetics, Inc. will deliver a comprehensive analysis of Cyber Security through EC-Council’s industry-leading training and thought-provoking keynotes in two focused tracks. The event will be at Dynetic’s facility on July 20 – 21, 2015. Delegates will spend Day 1 on the Attack, learning how even the most protected systems can be breached. Day 2 will be dedicated to Defense teaching delegates how to defend information and networks from nefarious and persistent attacks deployed by cutting edge hackers. EC-Council Foundation Senior Director of Conferences and Events Eric Lopez anticipates an exciting event where cybersecurity experts can learn from each other and the best in the industry, saying, “EC-Council Foundation is thrilled to be back in Huntsville teaming up with Dynetics. TakeDownCon Rocket City is one of our most popular events because we are able to assemble an incredibly strong line up of speakers every year.” Anyone interested in speaking at the event can submit their abstract at the Call for Papers portal, found here: http://takedowncon.com/2015/rocketcity//become-a-speaker/. Live, instructor-led training classes in the industry-leading EC-Council suite of certifications, including their flagship Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics […]

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City saw a steep rise in credit card fraud cases in 2014, say police

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According to Mumbai police’s records, there has been a steep rise in credit card fraud cases registered across the city last year. The data shows that 183 cases were registered in 2014 as opposed to a mere 32 that were registered in 2013. The detection rate in 2014 was at a lowly 12 per cent with only 22 of 183 cases being solved. Incidentally detection rate in 2013 was 62.5 per cent. The Mumbai Police have claimed that spurt in the credit card frauds in Mumbai is primarily due to the boom of e-commerce websites. “This crime coincides with the increase of credit card usage online. Its a trend that we have observed and are probing. Currently there are numerous websites and some that are exceedingly popular. The dependency of the consumer has shifted from cash to pay by credit or debit cards, as that is the mode of payment for all purchases online,” said Dhananjay Kulkarni, deputy commissioner of police (detection) A senior cyber official shared that not all transactions made online on these e-commerce websites are secure. “When we type our password for Gmail, the main Goggle servers receives the password in a scrambled order that is their […]

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Hacker seized database from city of Detroit and demanded $800k in bitcoin

Hacker seized database from city of Detroit and demanded $800k in bitcoin



Hackers seized a digital database from the city of Detroit earlier this year and then demanded they receive a ransom in bitcoin, Mayor Mike Duggan said this week, but the city balked and ultimately the hijackers were unsuccessful with their […]

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RBS to advise City of London Police on cyber crime threat

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has agreed to advise the City of London Police on tackling cyber crime in the financial sector. The partnership will see the bank’s financial experts provide specialist guidance in a range of areas, including […]

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Residents, city come to compromise over change to commercial zoning

Residents, city come to compromise over change to commercial zoning



A Harbour Landing resident has successfully protected her neighbourhood from unwanted commercial development. On Monday, city council decided to maintain the restrictions on the types of commercial properties built on two plots of land abutting Harbour Landing residential areas. “None […]

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City of Phoenix under attack by hacker activists

City of Phoenix under attack by hacker activists



PHOENIX (KSAZ) – Hackers have attacked the City of Phoenix internet system and over the weekend caused a disruption to the police department’s computers. The city says the hackers are persistent and not giving up. It’s the first time that […]

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Hi-tech swooping down on criminals in city

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Hi-tech swooping down on criminals in city



Swooping down on the criminals has become easier for the city police, thanks to the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) technology that has lately become the go-to tool for the officials in solving cases. The Japanese software is mainly being […]

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