A depiction of a VTB with an assault rifle.
This publication provides a close look at why our nation's law enforcement professionals are being killed feloniously, accidentally, and assaulted with an eye toward prevention.
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The Joint Counterterrorism Assessment Team includes state, local, tribal, and territorial first responders and public safety professionals from around the country, working side-by-side with federal intelligence analysts from the National Counterterrorism Center, the Department of Homeland Security, and the FBI to research, produce, and disseminate counterterrorism intelligence. This brochure provides an overview of the team, its mission and work, duties of team members, and fellowship opportunities.
One of the most common types of theft is theft of valuables from your automobile. Theft from auto is strictly a crime of opportunity that can be prevented if you take away the opportunity. Thieves generally won’t waste their time breaking into autos that don’t have valuables in plain sight.
Officers examined hundreds of vehicles in the first district, finding over a dozen with unlocked doors and valuables in plain sight. They secured the vehicles and placed notices on them to alert owners of these vulnerabilities. The goal was to raise awareness of these problems to owners and the general public.
This table provides data concerning wildlife and conservation officers in the United States: average entry-level salaries, titles, and administrative organizations that feature each wildlife law enforcement division. As noted in the table, the use of the term “game warden” has diminished in recent years.
A sample of a law enforcement's request for the release of health information.
A Suicide Risk Screening Tool provided by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
A Domestic Violence Lethality Screen for First Responders provided by the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence.