Study counts kids who seek help under new sex trafficking law

Numbers offering an initial glimpse of how Minnesota’s new “Safe Harbor” law is working suggest that more than 150 children have sought help in the law’s first year from the Minnesota Health Department’s front line workers, called “regional navigators.” Additionally, there were nearly 200 requests for housing or other assistance….

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Law enforcement gets high-tech help to fight crime

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Increasingly, prosecutors are relying on high-tech gadgets to give them an edge against bad guys who brazenly kill, stab and rob in the dead of night when witnesses are nowhere to be found. Surveillance video, cellphone tracking, cellphone record investigations and…

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Chip-and-PIN credit cards help prevent fraud

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The much anticipated chip-and-PIN credit cards are about to become the norm at retailers nationwide. “October 1st is the deadline when retailers are trying to have chip readers put in place,” says National Retail Federation’s Craig Shearman. About 60 percent of…

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