Campus Security News

LESC Links June 5th 2010

When Do We Teach the Basics?

Don Vandergriff has put together another fine article and guide to making more effective decision makers.

LESC Links June 2nd 2010

Positive Leadership: Invest in People Building a Culture of Innovation

By Fred Leland

‘The basis of courage is individual initiative. If we cannot act alone, we cannot act together.” ~John Maxwell

LESC Links May 26th 2010

Understanding the Objectively Reasonable Standard

Police supervisors and training officers are clearly vested with the solemn duty to protect the safety of the men and women entrusted to their care. Sadly, the law enforcement profession suffers painful losses each year, some of which seem unavoidable given the inherent risks of police work.

LESC Links May 20th 2010

Stratfor: Setting the Record Straight on Grassroots Jihadism

In the wake of the botched May 1 Times Square attack, some observers have begun to characterize Faisal Shahzad and the threat he posed as some sort of new or different approach to terrorism in the United States.

LESC Links May 12th 2010

AU: Workplace bullying – don’t be caught out in the crackdown

With all the activity surrounding the introduction of Modern Awards and the National Employment Standards under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (“FW Act”), employers should be mindful not to drop the ball with their other legal obligations, in particular those under occupational health and safety (“OHS”) laws.

Hamilton Police Shooting Video...Fast Transients In Action!

This  video depicts fast transient maneuvers on both the adversarial and friendly sides. An unknown risk stop (KEEP IN MIND ALL CONTACTS ARE UNKNOWN RISK).

LESC Links April 23rd 2010

Calif. cops look for leads in booby trap attacks

Hemet police and FBI agents served a series of search warrants throughout Riverside County this morning searching for leads on the attacks on Hemet police.

Police arrested and or detained 16 people this morning on suspicion of unspecified crimes. Police said no one arrested has been directly charged with any of the attacks that threatened officers or destroyed police and city property.

Evolving Threat to Cops Continues: Wash. man plotted to kill deputies

EVERETT, Wash. — An Everett man who police believe was planning to kill Snohomish County sheriff's deputies had guns, ammunition and bulletproof vests to carry out an assault.

It was to be a killing similar to the Thanksgiving weekend assassination of four Lakewood police officers, police said.

Deputies arrested transient Michael McConnachie, 19, on Sunday at a south Everett motel, according to a police affidavit filed Monday in Everett District Court.

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