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More officers, better technology: Home Team unveils security roadmap

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SINGAPORE: The Republic faces three main security challenges – terrorism; transnational and cyber crime; and domestic challenges – which will require the right strategy and additional resources to address, said Deputy Prime Minister and Home Affairs Minister Teo Chee Hean on Friday (Mar 6). To counter these threats, the Ministry of Home Affairs’ (MHA) expenditure will increase by 11.7 per cent in the coming fiscal year. Over the next five years, the ministry’s expenditure will increase from 1.1 per cent of nominal GDP in FY2014 to 1.3 per cent, said Mr Teo at the Committee of Supply 2015 debate in Parliament. About 2,000 more officers will be added to its current pool in five years. Much of the expenditure increase will go into an increase in spending on new systems and technology, with development expenditure rising from 8 per cent in the past five years to 20 per cent in the coming five years. THE TERRORISM THREAT The threat of terrorism has been driven home in recent months by the Sydney siege last December, Paris attacks in January and Copenhagen shooting last month, as well as the rise of the Islamic State. “The Home Team will continue to deter and […]

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Sugar Land police officers honored

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Several individuals were honored at a banquet last weekend that was hosted by the Sugar Land Police Department, Sugar Land Police Officers Association and the Sugar Land Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. The event is held to honor the efforts of the entire Police Department and recognize a few special individuals. The officers select an Officer of the Year and a Civilian of the Year. The Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association also select an Officer of the Year and a CPAAA Volunteer of the Year. This years SLPD Officer of the Year is Sgt. Matt Levan,with Criminal Investigation, the Civilian Employee of the Year is Kristen Reed with the Jail. The CPAAA Officer of the Year is Officer Amy Cummins, Crime Victims Liaison. Cummins was selected for her work with children and victims of sexual assault. The CPAAA Member of the Year is Donald Baker. Baker, a long time resident of Sugar Land, donates time every week to assist and support Sugar Land Police Department and its officers,” Baker said. “It is an honor and a privilege to work with the outstanding members of our police department, these officers are the finest officers in the entire State of Texas.” source: […]

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Edmonton police dedicating four officers to cyber crime

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads More people going online to conduct their daily business and socialize means more opportunities for cyber crime. And that is prompting the city police technology crimes unit to dedicate four officers this spring to investigate cyber crime exclusively. “I anticipate we’re going to see an increase in this (cyber crime),” said Insp. Chad Tawfik. “All the information I’ve read has shown that Canada is probably on the higher end as far as the amount of cyber crime that is happening, probably due to the fact we have a lot of devices…I don’t see it going away.” According to police, a cyber crime is a criminal offence involving a computer as the object of the crime or the tool used to commit a material component of the offence. In 1994, Edmonton city police formed the technological crime unit in response to a growing number of frauds utilizing technology. The unit handles a number of duties including digital forensics, which has members analyze devices such as computers and mobile devices, and take off any evidence. Investigators in the unit, however, quickly became overwhelmed by an increasing demand for service. And some of the investigations, said Tawfik, are getting […]

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Men who conned victims out of more than £40,000 by pretending to be police officers are jailed

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Five fraudsters who tricked people out of thousands of pounds by posing as police officers and bank officials have been jailed today. More than £40,000 was stolen by, Mohammed Miah, Muhammad Ahmed, Motahir Rahman, Dedar Ali and Mohammed Hussain from 11 people after convincing them to hand over bank cars and pin numbers. The gang carried out their deception across East Anglia and in several other counties. In Essex a total of £7,000 was stolen from three members of the same family in Steeple Bumpstead on March 30 and £5,000 in Dedham on March 24. There was also an attempted fraud in Felixstowe, Suffolk. Mohammed Miah, 21, of Coopers Lane, Kings Cross, Muhammad Ahmed, 22, of Hemingway Close, Gospel Oak, Motahir Rahman 23 of Kiln Place, Kentish Town, Dedar Ali, 20, of Cressfield Close and NW5, Mohammed Hussain 23, Malden Crescent, NW1 all admitted conspiracy to defraud between March and July 2014. Miah who had supplied the hired cars used by the gang, was jailed for three years and seven months. Ahmed, who had impersonated police officers down the phone, was jailed for three years and seven months. Rahman, who was found with cards when he was arrested, was jailed […]

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Hackers Release Police Officer’s Name, Governor to Visit Ferguson

Hackers Release Police Officer’s Name, Governor to Visit Ferguson



FERGUSON, Mo. — After a fifth night of unrest following the fatal police shooting of an unarmed African-American teenager in this St. Louis suburb, Gov. Jay Nixon planned to return to Ferguson on Thursday, saying that he found the situation […]

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Air Force seeks to improve missile officers’ morale, professionalism

Top Priority Sector:  military_force_protection Senior Air Force officials have initiated a program aimed at improving the morale and working conditions at the Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC), which oversees all U. Read More….

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CBP officers intercept crystal methamphetamine during alleged smuggling attempt

Top Priority Sector:  border_security U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at the Calexico, California downtown port of entry Tuesday discovered approximately $265,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine concealed inside the cargo area of an SUV. Read More….

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Man arrested for throwing ‘Molotov cocktail’ at CBP officers at San Ysidro

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TSA wants to authenticate credentials of crews, law enforcement officers, air marshals and others

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CBP officers find heroin hidden inside sealed containers of motor oil

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