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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.”

2019 Caribbean travel: What islands are safe?

Travel Alert SERAPH

If you’re planning a trip to the Caribbean or Central America, the U.S. State Department has published a list of travel advisories alerting tourists about what destinations they need to be wary of, and which ones are considered safe, or the least risky. 

There are four categories of travel advisories: “Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions”; “Level Two: Exercise Increased Caution”; “Level 3: Reconsider Travel” and “Level 4: Do Not Travel.”

Here’s the breakdown as of July 22, 2019:

Level 1: No travel alerts

  • Anguilla
  • Antigua and Barbuda
  • Aruba
  • Barbados
  • Bonaire
  • British Virgin Islands
  • Cayman Islands
  • Costa Rica
  • Curacao

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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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:

20 Year Anniversary of SERAPH: Fighting Terror, School Violence and Fraud

https://www.seraphproblemsolving.com/

Help prevent crime, protect the innocent from harm and have a positive financial effect on our client’s organizations.

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of SERAPH.

SERAPH was founded in 1996 by Dale Yeager a federally trained Forensic Profiler and Sam Sulliman a legendary Secret Service agent, as a company specializing in training and consulting for the law enforcement industry.

Over the past two decades SERAPH has grown into an international company. SERAPH provides LEGAL, LIABILITY and SECURITY problem solving for the Education, Business, Legal and Government communities.

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SERAPH: Concerning Emailed Bomb Threats

SERAPH Concerning Emailed Bomb Threats

FBI: Concerning Emailed Bomb Threats

The FBI has received calls this afternoon from many of you seeking additional information on news reports of emailed bomb threats targeting victims from multiple sectors across the country.  Thank you for bringing this to our attention and continuing to engage with the FBI. At this time, we want to share with you the FBI’s official statement:
 
“We are aware of the recent bomb threats made in cities around the country. We remain in contact with our law enforcement partners to provide assistance. As always, we encourage the public to remain vigilant and to promptly report suspicious activities which could represent a threat to public safety.”
 
To submit a tip, please go to www.FBI.gov/tips or contact your local field office.
 
If you feel you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
 

ATTORNEY CLE School Safety: Five High Liability Issues for Schools

 

TASA Group

 

School Safety: Five High Liability Issues for Public Schools

Program Description:

On December 6, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction with forensic profiler Dale Yeager, will present a free, one-hour interactive webinar presentation, School Safety: Five High Liability Issues for Public Schools, for all legal professionals.

During this presentation, Mr. Yeager will discuss:

  • Lack of accurate understanding of safety issues
  • Reaction not prediction
  • Poor management of schools
  • Lack of effective plans to combat truancy and lateness
  • Poor emergency management

Trouble With Title IX Reform ACLU Now Opposes Students Having Rights

USDOE

 

On Friday, the American Civil Liberties Union came out against the Title IX reforms proposed by the Department of Education, led by Betsy Devos. Those reforms are based on preserving the rights of the accused while still protecting accusers in sexual assault cases – but the ACLU, caving to the woke Left, has decided that it is no longer worthwhile to protect such accused people. Civil liberties go by the wayside when it comes to sexual assault, apparently.

SCHOOL CRIME ALERT – Florida middle school girls plotted to kill up to 15 students, drink their blood

Bartow Middle School Florida

Two middle school students in Florida were arrested Tuesday after they concocted a “plot to kill students” via a variety of weapons, including a pizza cutter, police said.

The girls — ages 11 and 12 years old — “wanted to kill at least 15 people,” Bartown Police Chief Joe Hall said at a news conference Wednesday. The two “were waiting in the bathroom for (an) opportunity to find smaller kids that they could overpower to be their victims.”

Both girls were searched in a Bartow Middle School office, where a butcher knife was located on one of the students. Knives, scissors and a pizza cutter were also found, according to Fox 13.

Brick Township PD & School District Use of SERAPH Program Leads to $469,281 Federal Grant

Brick NJ

 

In May the Brick Township Police Department and Brick Township School District partnered with national school safety firm SERAPH to provide training for a School Safety and Special Education assessment. This program led to the Township securing a federal School Violence Prevention Program grant in the amount of $469,281.

The SCHOOL SECURITY MANAGEMENT AUDIT – SCHOOL SAFETY ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM provides school officials with training in the planning and execution of a Federal level [U.S. Department of Education] audit of special education, school security equipment, management systems and polices as they relate to the proper management of a safe school environment.

“The program is unique because it allows a school and local police department to learn how a correct audit is to be performed,” states SERAPH CEO Dale Yeager.