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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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School Safety: Liability & Special Education – Burlington County Bar Association October 8th

Special-education and School Safety

October 8, 2019
4:30 pm – 6:45 pm

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PARENT ALERT: Teachers flood Sugar-Daddy site for extra income

It’s reading, writing and writhing.

Hundreds of city teachers are boosting their incomes through lucrative liaisons with sugar daddies, according to the dating website SeekingArrangement.com, which pairs attractive young people with rich, typically older romantic partners.

“Sugar babies who want to live their lives and better their careers can’t, especially when they are working multiple jobs,” said the site’s CEO, Brandon Wade.

“Having a mentor or partner who exceeds what they already bring to the table can allow them to focus on their goals and achieve the lifestyle they strive for.”

SERAPH Director Receives NJDOE Certification as New Jersey School Safety Specialist

NJDOE School Safety SERAPH

Carl Mittelhammer the Director Law Enforcement Operations – Emergency Response – Crisis Management for SERAPH recently completed training with the NJDOE and became certified as a New Jersey School Safety Specialist.

Mr. Mittelhammer has worked for the NJDOE developing school safety protocols for the past decade and for SERAPH School Safety Division.

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Dale Yeager Keynote at Victims of Elder Abuse and Exploitation National Symposium

Dale Yeager Speaker Elder Abuse

Knowledge is Power:

Day-long symposium offering relevant information, data, facts, guidance, and support to victims of elder abuse, probate guardianship abuse, and elder financial exploitation. Victims’ family members and friends, elder justice advocates as well as industry professionals are welcome and invited to attend. This is a free event, but registration is required.

A Workshop for Victims of Elder Abuse and Exploitation & Elder Justice Advocates

Presentations and discussions will address:

  • Status on the fight for elder justice as our population ages with 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65 daily

K-12 SCHOOLS ARE EXPERIENCING A SIGNIFICANT RISE IN CYBER BREACHES

school cybersecurity

Data & Statistics reported/outlined by The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center

2018 revealed that school districts are not immune to the same types of data breaches and cybersecurity incidents plaguing the most technologically advanced and well-resourced corporations and government agencies. During 2018, the misuse and abuse of school technology and IT systems resulted in 122 publicly-disclosed K-12 cybersecurity incidents (across 38 states, including NJ). This equates to a rate of about one new publicly-reported incident every three days. The actual circumstances are far worse, given many institutions do not report incidents.

Alarming Facts:

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO IDENTIFY ELDER FRAUD & FINANCIAL ABUSE?

Elder financial abuse

The Population Reference Bureau report, “Aging in the United States,” examines recent trends and disparities among adults ages 65 and older, and how baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 will reshape America’s older population.  The number of Americans ages 65 and over is expected to exceed 98 million by 2060, increasing their share of the total population to 24%. According to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), elder financial abuse and fraud costs to older Americans range from $2.9 billion to $36.5 billion annually. As the 65 and over population grows, elder financial abuse and fraud totals are also likely to increase.

TRAVEL ALERT Mexican Cartels Threatening Tourism in Cancun

Mexico: The whole tourist industry is at risk of being destroyed.

The drug wars are well known and generally kept away from the beach resorts, but right now there is a new threat, even in places like Cancun.

Be warned there are scenes of gang violence you may find disturbing.

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