MONTREAL—Quebec’s Premier-designate Pauline Marois was making her acceptance speech on the evening of Sept. 4 when she was brusquely interrupted and removed from the stage by plainclothes members of the provincial police. Shots had rung out backstage and the officers needed to move Marois to a safe location, fast.
JOPLIN, Mo.—Dennis Manley has closely followed the devastation inflicted by the Level 5 tornado that tore through Moore, Okla., this week, particularly the extensive damage sustained by Moore Medical Center.
HAGERSTOWN, Md.—A surveillance system operated by the Hagerstown Police Department soon will have "smart-camera" technology featuring motion-activated capabilities and will allow officers to view more than 100 cameras on laptop computers in their cruisers, according to an
YARMOUTH, Maine—What can a school do when a monstrous EF5 tornado is barreling down upon it, packing winds of at least 200 mph? Follow through on what should already have been practiced many times, school security experts say.
WASHINGTON—Global Entry, the program that allows expedited clearance for low-risk, pre-approved travelers arriving in the United States, is looking like a sound choice by the U.S. government, according to a report from travelweekly.com.
PHOENIX—Most workplaces, big and small, are in denial about the prospective for violence at their facilities, says Carol Fredrickson, co-founder of Violence Free, based here, a violence-prevention consulting firm now in its 20th year.