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Regulation and oversight of gun sales reduces trafficking to criminals

Comprehensive regulation of gun sellers appears to reduce the trafficking of guns to criminals, according to a study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Preventing the diversion of guns to criminals is important because 85 percent of guns recovered by police ...

Youngsters Become Criminals Due To Alcohol and Drugs

According to a report it is found that there is an increase in number of children charged with alcohol/drug-related crimes. Campaigners asked for tougher action// to tackle young criminals. According to the statistics the number of children under the age of 16 charged for criminal offences due to ...

DNA Directory Under Construction For Indian Criminals !

India may soon have a legal framework in place for creating a DNA fingerprinting database //of convicts. A draft providing for the creation of such a database and its admissibility in courts as evidence is ready and is likely to be tabled in parliament this year. The first draft of the bill i...

Psychotherapies Benefit Sex Criminals

Researchers have said that while psychological treatments do not cure sex criminals, they may help reduce the number of times they re-offend //. While the types of psychological therapies vary according to the kind stipulated during sentencing, sex offenders who complete treatment programs tend...

UDW Urges 'No' Vote On State Budget; Demands 'Shared Sacrifice' From All Californians

...rogram and forcing some others to pay $200 a month more for homecare. Treating thousands of elderly, blind and disabled Californians like common criminals by requiring them to be fingerprinted. (Amputees are exempt from this requirement). Forcing homecare providers -- many of whom make little more ...

Illinois Cemetery and Funeral Home Association Condemns Burr Oak Crimes

..."Everyone wants to know how this could have happened," said Harvey Lapin, General Counsel for the ICFHA. "There is no easy answer, except that, sadly, criminals break laws. These employees appear to have broken many laws - laws that our association helped put in place precisely because we understand the pain a...

Remarks As Prepared for Delivery by Attorney General Eric Holder at the Heat Press Conference on Detroit Takedown

...ead quickly through communities in that area. After we arrested and charged criminals in Miami, their cohorts simply moved their schemes to Detroit. It is this v...worked tirelessly - and are continuing to work as we speak - to bring these criminals to justice. Through their dedication and coordinated efforts, we are making...

Consumer Watchdog to Congress: Put Patients' Bill of Rights Back on the Table

... "Both the House and the Senate recently debuted plans requiring all Americans to show proof that they own a health insurance plan or be treated as criminals -- tax cheats facing thousands of dollars in fines. Yet the proposals fail to make insurers accountable for their actions. Nor do the Congressional pl...

'Dr. Tiller was a mass murderer; states Randall Terry. 'We must not flinch or waver in our rhetoric or our actions.'

... dreadful accounting for what he has done. "I believe George Tiller was one of the most evil men on the planet; every bit as vile as the Nazi war criminals who were hunted down, tried, and sentenced after they participated in the 'legal' murder of the Jews that fell into their hands. But even Mr. Tiller -...

American Association for Homecare Supports Expanded Federal Efforts by DOJ and HHS to Combat Medicare Fraud

...rgets the source of the problem. "For a long time, the activities of criminals have tarnished the good name of honest providers of home medical equipment ...e government efforts to stamp out fraud." The discussion about keeping criminals out of Medicare sometimes obscures several facts: home-based care is vastly...
Criminals in Medical Technology

DNA Helps Reunite Children With Their Families

... develop national databases that will link to an international repository of these DNA profiles. Then DNA- PROKIDS will become a deterrent and prevent criminals from kidnapping and trafficking children, the most vulnerable of all victims. About the University of North Texas Health Science...

Monitoring Options Expand for Therapeutic Agents and Drugs of Abuse

...hese devices require FDA approval to be sold in the United States, and their use in non-medical environments such as workplaces and halfway houses for criminals may be regulated by state laws. They are generally acceptable for use in the office practice environment. Some home use drug testing kits are also bei...
Criminals in Biological News

A chilling glimpse inside the minds of dangerous criminals

After twenty-five years of investigating, analyzing, and interviewing serial killers, their family members, neighbors, and even surviving victims, criminologist and sociologist Jack Levin has become one of the worlds most respected experts on the motivations and modus operandi of dangerous crimina...

Geographic profiling applied to track hunting patterns of white sharks in South Africa

...d States and Canada are using geographic profiling -- a criminal investigation tool used to track a connected series of crimes and locate where serial criminals live -- to examine the hunting patterns of white sharks in South Africa. Using this tool, scientists looked at the predatory interactions between w...

RSA Designated as the Leader in One-Time Password Market by Frost & Sullivan

...nts to deny, steal, and/or alter proprietary or private information. As the potential financial gain from these thefts continues to increase, the more criminals are focusing on these areas. An executive summary of the Frost & Sullivan white paper An Overview and Competitive Analysis for the One Time...

Tulsa County Sheriff Selects BIO-key(R) Mobile Data System

...itical information with OHP and other local departments in real time, which is what interoperability is really all about," explained Chief Albin. "The criminals we face today easily move across county lines. MobileCop arms the deputy on the road with the information needed to quickly connect the dots between s...

Tulsa County Sheriff Selects BIO-key(R) Mobile Data System

...itical information with OHP and other local departments in real time, which is what interoperability is really all about," explained Chief Albin. "The criminals we face today easily move across county lines. MobileCop arms the deputy on the road with the information needed to quickly connect the dots between s...

The Finnish Population Register Centre to Deploy Entrust EAC ePassport CA Solution

... CEO Bill Conner. "The second generation of ePassports raises the bar for border security and the integrity of identity documents, truly ensuring that criminals cannot circumvent border controls. We applaud Finland for making the move to EAC ePassports as they will severely limit criminal organizations' abilit...

Entrust, 3M Collaborate to Provide End-to-End Secure ePassport Solution

...cedented performance. It is this PKI foundation that helps ensure ePassports can be accessed at border stations with proper authentication, but not by criminals who may seek access to the data for purposes of manipulation or impersonation. Created to mitigate passport forgery, first-generation ePassports use...

Entrust, 3M Collaborate to Provide End-to-End Secure ePassport Solution

...cedented performance. It is this PKI foundation that helps ensure ePassports can be accessed at border stations with proper authentication, but not by criminals who may seek access to the data for purposes of manipulation or impersonation. Created to mitigate passport forgery, first-generation ePassports use...

Entrust Expands Relationship with Slovenia, Implements Second-generation ePassport Solution

...border security and the integrity of the document itself, truly making sure criminals cannot impersonate a genuine document," said Entrust Chairman, President an... to permit access by border stations with proper authentication, but not by criminals who may seek access to the data for purposes of manipulation or impersonati...

Guilt on their hands: tiny 'tags' could help to solve and deter gun crime

... criminals who use firearms may find it much harder to evade justice in future, thanks...a valuable contribution not only to solving gun crime but also to deterring criminals from resorting to the use of firearms in the first place." ...
Criminals in Biological Technology

DHS Begins Test of Biometric Exit Procedures at Two U.S. Airports

...ty Airport. Since 2004, biometrics have helped DHS prevent the use of fraudulent documents, protect visitors from identity theft and stop thousands of criminals and immigration violators from entering the United States. "Collecting biometrics allows us to determine faster and more accurately whether non-...

Orchid Cellmark Applauds Expansion of Federal Forensic DNA Identity Testing to Include All Arrestees

...re rapidly and will also help prevent the repeat offenses committed by some criminals before they are convicted." Thirteen states have already passed laws to i...re rapidly and will also help prevent the repeat offenses committed by some criminals before they are convicted, and the belief that these regulations will furth...

Mothers of Victims Applaud Federal Effort to Collect DNA Upon Arrest

...lable to police in identifying suspects. Without it in many cases, justice would not be served. DNA can solve and prevent crime -- removing recidivist criminals from our streets. Arrestee and detainee testing will also mean that law enforcement can quickly focus on the right suspect, thereby saving investigato...

IP Surveillance - Another Piece of the Converged Network

...ch and Los Alamitos police departments have a powerful new tool that gives officers insight into crimes in progress, along with the potential to catch criminals and save lives. The tool is an Internet-based, wireless, real-time video monitoring network that lets police peer, safely and securely, into an est...

New UW position focusing on Internet security

...people were busy trying to just get plugged into the Internet," says Lowe. "Now we're busy trying to build in the security after the fact. As all good criminals do, people are finding a way to work the system." Not every solution is a technology one, however. Lowe says the best defense against phishing - or...

Separating science fiction from reality in the human cloning debate

...s not happening in Wisconsin, where opponents of stem cell research and related work recently persuaded the Legislature to pass a bill that would make criminals out of potential Nobel laureates. Had the Legislature passed a bill that only banned human reproductive cloning, Doyle would have signed it in a na...

Companies still neglect network security

...n and profit, amateurs are doing their share of damage with rootkits, and internal sabotage remains the highest security risk. In addition, cyber criminals already are targeting wireless communications, and the plaintiff's bar is paying more attention to corporate negligence in the area of computer securi...

Security concerns grow with mobile tech devices

...eo, data, or e-mail that will flow on the device. Girard, a strong advocate of encryption, said the enormous challenge of encryption poses to cyber criminals is especially important if users have storage devices like flash drive plug-ins, an external hard drive where information can be extracted. Berg of...

Securitas aims to counter virus behavior

...nd variations of existing viruses are proliferating faster than ever before. Fortunately for beleagured businesses, the skill demonstrated by computer criminals is speeding the development of pre-emptive countermeasures. One such effort has taken shape under the banner of the Madison-based Securitas Techno...

Symantec: Cyber fraudsters look for low-hanging fruit

...n be monetized by the cyber criminals. These cyber criminals are becoming increasingly coordinated, and they ca...ngs are being bought and sold, and this allows the criminals a variety of specializations, so you don't have to...this report. The bad news is that, absolutely, the criminals are coordinated. Absolutely, they are not out to j...
Criminals in Biological Definition

Francis Galton

... of the probability of extinction of surnames led to the concept of Galton-Watson stochastic processes . Fingerprint The method of identifying criminals by their fingerprints had been introduced in the 1860s by William Herschel (civil servant) in India, but their potential use in forensic work was...

Genetic fingerprinting

...s that mean that the accused is guilty of the crime? Fake DNA evidence The value of DNA evidence has to be seen in light of recent cases where criminals planted fake DNA samples at crime scenes. In one notorious case, a criminal even planted fake DNA evidence in his own body: Dr. Schneeberger of Canada...
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