We all wish for a safer community and are fortunate to have people who are willing to fight crime. In fact, law enforcement agencies must continuously strategize and stay on top of current trends, local issues, and new methods to ensure the safety of communities.
Most people know by now social media isn’t free – it’s paid for with the collection of its users’ sometimes-sensitive information. Your GPS system keeps track of your movements, and your smart TV or webcam can watch you.
Firearm legislation is a much discussed issue these days, and there are many opinions that surround it. Statistics can even be unpacked to adhere to certain viewpoints on the topic.
Violent crime in the U.S. is up by almost 4 percent, according to the latest data from the FBI. Continue reading to see what we uncovered about the most dangerous school areas in America.
There are many ways you can be a vigilant citizen and keep your family, your neighbors, and yourself safe. We have compiled different pieces of insight from experts in the field to shed light on the subject:
We asked what security measures they would put in place to protect themselves. Continue reading to see what we uncovered.
With kids growing up in a digital age, it can be a challenge for modern parents to monitor their activity on the Internet without becoming overly protective…
The way we communicate is evolving. As we enter an increasingly more digital world, communication through social media has become more important than ever.
When most of us think of criminals, we often imagine faceless individuals unlike ourselves, a vague group committing destructive acts against society, and often not facing justice for their actions. But we don’t usually think of criminals as the everyday people around us.
We wondered what kinds of stalkerish behavior people are inclined to commit – as well as what actions people think are entirely beyond the pale – so we asked 2,000 men and women to share their deepest and darkest stalking moments.