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Recent Articles

Mark Sloan
February 29, 2012 - Homeland Security Director & Emergency Management Coordinator, Harris County, Texas

Larry Godwin
February 28, 2012 - Deputy Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security

How Fusion Centers Help Protect California’s Critical Infrastructure
September 02, 2011 - Mike Dayton, acting secretary of the California Emergency Management Agency, explains how California utilizes fusion centers and works with the private sector to protect critical infrastructure.

Mike Byrne
February 17, 2011 - National Incident Management Assistance Team Leader, FEMA

Funding Critical Projects Requires Creativity, Collaboration
December 06, 2010 - Agencies and jurisdictions find creative and collaborative ways to obtain the funding they need for their mission-critical projects.

Harlin McEwen, chairman, Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corp.
March 01, 2010 - Harlin McEwen, chairman, Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corp.

APCO to Share Security Secrets with Saudi Arabia University
April 02, 2009 - The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International will lend its support to help secure a Saudi Arabia currently being built.

Death Map
January 29, 2009 - What disaster is most likely to kill you? Find out when and where with Death Map 09.

Firearms Simulator
October 13, 2008 - The Folsom, Calif. Police Department is one of the lucky few departments in the state to have access to a high-tech training simulator.

Red Light Camera Deployments Continue Despite Mixed Reactions
October 06, 2008 - "Prior to installing the red light cameras, we ought to examine accident causality and the reason for overrepresentation [in red light running or accidents] and if nothing else works, which is unlikely, then let's talk about the red light cameras."

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