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Police destroying phones due to ‘sexting’ situation in country communities

‘Sexting’ is so prolific in the Cootamundra Local Area Command in south-western New South Wales, one family has left the district after an image of their daughter went viral.

Youth Liaison Officer, Senior Constable Joe Camilleri, said police have destroyed seven mobiles belonging to young people recently as they contained inappropriate pictures, while the destruction of a further three phones is being considered.

“We’ve sought some professional advice from our people in Sydney and they can only give a 95 per cent guarantee that those images are removed,” he said.

These kids aren’t intentionally wanting to create child porn, but because of their age, that’s exactly what they’ve done and there are predators out there who would love to get these images and when they do go online, as we all know, you cannot retrieve them.

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#OPSINGLEGATEWAY: ANONYMOUS HACKS THAI POLICE SERVERS, PROVES ITS POINT

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

#OPSINGLEGATEWAY: ANONYMOUS HACKS THAI POLICE SERVERS, PROVES ITS POINT

Hacked readers will know of Thailand’s military government’s aim to squeeze all internet communicationinto a single gateway. If you aren’t aware of the master plan, Thailand’s Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha and his cabinet ordered the country’s National Police Department, the Information and Communication Ministry along with the Justice Ministry to look into the means to set up a single gateway for the internet. A resolution was passed soon after, mandating the agencies to look into laws that would need to either be enacted or amended, as a means to enforce the single Internet gateway. To nobody’s surprise, state-run company CAT Telecom was chosen by the Prime Minister as the only authority to control all internet communications through the single gateway in Thailand. With public backlash from the Thai people along with criticism from around the world, the government’s public stance has since changed. The Prime Minister stated that he hadn’t “ordered’ the agencies to go ahead with the mandate and that he had merely only suggested the endeavor as a study. The backtracking convinced few, least of all the Thai people and hacktivist group Anonymous. Source: https://hacked.com/opsinglegateway-anonymous-hacks-thai-police-servers-proves-its-point/

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Former Northern Territory police officer jailed for possessing child abuse material

The former officer, whose name has been suppressed, was last month found guilty of nine counts of possessing child abuse material.

The Northern Territory Supreme Court has heard that the former policeman worked in the computer crime unit, analysing ifRead More

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Advances in technology help police, residents catch criminals together

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Advances in technology help police, residents catch criminals together

Through online databases and the ever-increasing use of social media, metro-area authorities are relying on tips from the public to help them solve crimes more than ever before. This month, six law enforcement agencies announced their participation in a national database program that allows officers to track crimes, traffic accidents and other emergency calls by accessing an online map.   The program, called ATACRAIDS, allows officers to enter information into the system and share it with other agencies, helping investigators link crimes. Last week, the program went public, and officers in the six agencies (Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Edmond, Moore, Norman and Bethany police departments) are hoping residents will begin to monitor the database and pass along tips and information to authorities. Oklahoma City Police Capt. Paco Balderrama said his department is close to finishing another, more detailed database that will allow residents to track criminals convicted of sexual and violent crimes in their neighborhoods. Some law enforcement officials say they are optimistic about the ATACRAIDS program, given that the digital age has created a generation of individuals who understand technology and how to use it to solve problems. Sarah Jensen, spokeswoman for the Norman Police Department, said it uses […]

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Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

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Police offer reward to find ID theft suspects

Two suspects are accused of identity theft and police are offering a reward to help find the suspects. Phoenix Police say two people broke into a woman’s vehicle at Planet Fitness at 3rd Street and Bell Road on July 26th of this year at about 6:20pm.  Her wallet was among the personal items stolen from her vehicle. Police say two suspects walked into a Bank of America a couple of weeks later, on August 10th at about 2:50pm.  Officers say the two people tried to use the victim’s information to withdraw money from her account.  When the teller began asking questions about the identification the suspect showed, both suspects then took off in a vehicle. The first suspect is described as a 25-year-old Hispanic woman, about five feet five inches tall weighing 120 pounds with brown hair.  The second suspect is described as a 25-year-old white man, about five feet ten inches tall.  They reportedly left the bank in a white two-door vehicle with a sunroof. If you have any information, you’re asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.  You can remain anonymous and there is a reward involved. Source: http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/54615171-story

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Police: Bookkeeper used office credit card to buy $96K in groceries, personal travel

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Police: Bookkeeper used office credit card to buy $96K in groceries, personal travel

A woman who worked as a bookkeeper for a West Palm Beach construction business is accused of making more than $96,000 in fraudulent charges while using her company’s credit account, police said. City police say Jessica Erinne Mount, 37, used a company Capital One credit card to buy personal airline tickets, go grocery shopping, and make online purchases. Investigators report $96,470.32 was charged from October of 2014 until the alleged fraud was discovered in February. According to police, Mount began working  for GSP Associates in August 2014. The company remodels and rennovates houses, according to its website. Mount was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail Tuesday and released Wednesday on $5,000 bail. She faces charges of grand theft and scheme to defraud. Mount previously had a listed address in Delray Beach, but jail records show her currently calling an address in Hawaii home. Company officials reported the suspected fraud in February after discovering hundreds of charges made on a card with Mount’s name, police said. The company’s president and founder, Glenn Percy, told officers Mount was not authorized to have or obtain a company credit card, investigators report. Percy told officers he spoke to Mount about the company card and […]

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Cocoa Police Investigators Seek Identity of Theft, Credit Card Fraud Suspect

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Cocoa Police Investigators Seek Identity of Theft, Credit Card Fraud Suspect

According to Public Information Officer Yvonne Martinez, the theft was reported on Friday when a woman reported her wallet missing from her purse which was left unattended at a local thrift store. Further investigation revealed the suspect using aCREDIT CARDshe obtained from the stolen wallet, according to Martinez. The woman, which is seen on surveillance video, is a black female, has a large build, and is wearing a black t-shirt depicting the words that appear to read “#ImNoAngel.” Source: http://spacecoastdaily.com/2015/11/cocoa-police-investigators-seek-identity-of-theft-credit-card-fraud-suspect/

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Tennessee police officers sergeant arrested for child pornography. News Source

Group seems to rework old Marion Hospital building in to medical facility, might create 100 new jobs MARION, SC (WBTW) – For a while now, the doors have been closed to what many in Marion referred to as the old Marion hospital or, more lately … Tennessee cops officers sergeant arrested (taken in to custody) for child pornography MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WKRN) – A sergeant with the Murfreesboro Police officers Department it Tennessee has-been charged in an ongoing child porn inves… Kissing bug might bring ‘kiss of death’ when you sleep GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – A bug with a deadly bite is getting loads of attention across the country.

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Bolingbrook police reports: credit card fraud, theft

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Bolingbrook police reports: credit card fraud, theft

Edmund Wilson, 23, of the 400 block of Mallview Lane, was charged with trespass to property on the 300 block of West Briarcliff Road that happened at 9:56 a.m. Nov. 18. Elige Peters, 23, of the 200 block of Sioux Drive, was charged with resisting a peace officer after a call at 9:20 p.m. Nov. 18 of a fight near Navajo Drive and Skokie Lane. Jeremy Overstreet, 24, of the 200 block of Pueblo Drive, was arrested on two in-state warrants at 1:37 p.m. Nov. 18. A stranger was seen leaving a home on the 500 block of Nassau Avenue and running through the back yard at 5:15 p.m. Nov. 18. Quinica Blaylock, 23, of the 800 block of North Lawndale Drive, Chicago, was charged with four counts of credit card fraud that happened on the 300 block of South Bolingbrook Drive at 1:11 a.m. Nov. 17. A landscaping brick was used to break a rear glass door to a vacant home on the 1400 block of Parkside Drive between Nov. 10 and 17. A wedding ring and hard drive, both valued at $2,750, were taken between Nov. 15 and 17 in a burglary of a home on the 600 […]

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Police investigating potential child abuse case

Wichita police are investigating a potential child abuse case.

The incident happened after 3 p.m. Friday afternoon in the 100 South Ridge apartment complex.

Police say a 5-month-old child was taken to St. Joe hospital by the parents, after reports of seizures and throwing up for 3 days.

The hospital examined the child and found several brain bleeds over several periods of time.

Hospital authorities called police and the child was transferred to St. Francis. The parents, a 24-year-old woman and 26-year-old male were taken in for questioning.

Another child, 4-year-old female, lived at the residence and was taken into police custody.

The case is still under investigation.

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