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Calls for Violence Surge on Social Media: Report

A nonprofit that studies how hate-charged messages spread across social media said in a new report that far-left groups are increasingly using memes and other online propaganda to instigate violence against members of the general public and police.

The report, by the Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI), published on Sept. 14, is titled Network-Enabled Anarchy: How Militant Anarcho-Socialist Networks Use Social Media to Instigate Widespread Violence Against Political Opponents and Law Enforcement (pdf).

It found that anarcho-socialist and violent anarchist online communities have grown in influence in recent years thanks to widespread use of memes as propaganda, spread by means of sophisticated communication networks, and used to organize militias and inspire violence.

Avakin Life and 20 other Apps That are Being Used by Sexual Predators to Lure Children

Avakin Life
Avakin Life and 20 other Apps That are Being Used by Sexual Predators to Lure Children

At present, the existence of social media apps have become a very big part of our daily lives. In just a little over a decade, various online platforms and social media apps were created to serve a variety of purposes.

Admittedly, these platforms have changed the way we connect and communicate. They transformed the way we share information by breaking through barriers that used to limit us from doing a myriad of things. Now, we are closer than ever, wherever we are in the world.

Police Families Feel Scared, Alienated

With anti-police sentiment on the rise, Jamie Huppmann is scared her police officer husband won’t make it home from work. 

Her husband’s squad car has been vandalized. When she takes her 10-month-old baby for a walk, she sees the stop sign outside her Baltimore home sprayed with curse words directed against police officers.

She has closed herself off from many friends and family members who have expressed contempt for all police following the death of George Floyd in police custody. 

BREAKING: DOJ Announces the Results of the 2020 Elder Fraud Sweep and New Nursing Home Initiative

Elder financial abuse

Attorney General William P. Barr : Today’s event highlights an issue I am personally very committed to: protecting our seniors from abuse.  I am proud of the work the Department of Justice is doing to keep our seniors safe, and I am pleased to have several announcements to discuss today. 

Additionally, I want to highlight what the Department of Justice is doing to combat two of the most pressing threats our elderly citizens are facing.

Department of Justice Awards More than $85.3 Million in Grants to Address School Violence

Today, the Department of Justice announced it has awarded more than $85.3 million to bolster school security — including funding to educate and train students and faculty — and support first responders who arrive on the scene of a school shooting or other violent incident.

“These federal resources will help to prevent school violence and give our students the support they need to learn, grow, and thrive,’ said Attorney General William P. Barr. “By training faculty, students and first responders, and by improving school security measures, we can make schools and their communities safer.”

The Army let hundreds of soldiers rejoin the service after being kicked out for ‘adverse reasons’

Paul Szoldra 

The U.S. Army allowed hundreds of soldiers to rejoin the service after being separated for “adverse reasons,” according to an internal document obtained by Task & Purpose.

“This latter population confirms previously identified gaps in the Army transition processes by allowing offenders to depart active duty with an inappropriate characterization of service and with a reentry code allowing them to reenter the Army,” notes the Army Crime Report for Fiscal Year 2018, a non-public document published in Sept. that highlights criminal activity in the service and gives commanders’ tips on how to address it.

BREAKING: Her son shot his way into an Indiana high school. Now she’s facing six felony charges

SERAPH School Safety

Mary York didn’t pull the trigger once Dec. 13 at Dennis Intermediate School. Her 14-year-old son did.

Yet, York, 43, sat inside the Wayne County Superior Court 1 courtroom on Friday afternoon. During an 18-minute initial hearing, Judge Charles Todd Jr. read seven charges, including six felonies, York faces as a result of her son’s actions that day. She also heard the possible penalties, her constitutional rights and the case’s next steps.

The Philadelphia Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Invites Our Chapter Members & Guests to an Evening of Socializing, Networking and Training

Date: November 14, 2019

Time: 6pm – 9 pm

Speaker: Dale Yeager, Forensic Profiler – CEO of SERAPH Corporation

Topic: ADVANCED INVESTIGATION & FORENSIC INTERVIEWING TACTICS –

ACTION LAB: A Radical Approach to Due Diligence, Advanced Assessment and Forensic Interviewing

 One hour of CPE credit

Click the link to get your ticket.  PayPal payments preferred to reserve your spot today:

Philadelphia ACFE Registration Link

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Kids Who Are Young for Their Grade Much Likelier to Be Diagnosed With ADHD and Depression, Study Finds

Special-education SERAPH

Parents want the best for their children, particularly when it comes to education. While many parents may feel the cultural push toward earlier schooling, some are questioning these evolving norms and delaying school enrollment or forgoing conventional schooling altogether.ADVERTISING

Previous findings by Harvard researchers showed increased ADHD diagnosis rates for children who were the youngest in their kindergarten class compared to the oldest ones. But new research just published in JAMA Pediatrics reveals that in addition to higher ADHD diagnoses of children who are among the younger ones in their grade, relative youth may also lead to increased diagnosis of intellectual disabilities and depression.

Congressional School Safety Advisory Dale Yeager to Teach at 2019 Crime Prevention Training Symposium

Dale Yeager @ Pennsylvania Crime Prevention Officers’ Association

On Monday September 16th Dale Yeager will teach School Safety – Special Education Assessment at the 2019 Crime Prevention Training Symposium.

The 3 day event is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Crime Prevention Officers’ Association and Shippensburg University.

Yeager who headed the White House / Senate National School Safety Taskforce after the Columbine shooting, will train law enforcement officers in the federal standard for school security audits.

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