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FLETC Holds National Police Week Law Enforcement Community Day

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) hosted a Law Enforcement Community Day for local community law enforcement officers, first responders, judicial staff and their families

FBI, Law Enforcement Partners Warning of New Twist in Virtual Kidnapping Scams

In this latest scam, criminals are convincing U.S. victims to cross the border into Mexico.

Secretary of Transportation Orders Suspension of Air Service Between the U.S. and Venezuela

The Acting Secretary of Homeland Security has requested this action based on his assessment of current security conditions in Venezuela

Report Shows Breakdown in Wireless Service Coordination in Wake of Hurricane Michael

"There were numerous cases in which a wireless provider had restored service to customers only to have that service brought down as third-party crews damaged communications assets while clearing trash or restoring power lines and utility poles. "

Georgia Tied for 2nd in Highest Number of Fallen Officers in 2019

While Illinois has, so far, claimed the first place spot for the most lives claimed in the line of duty in 2019, Georgia is tied for second with Tennessee and Texas.

U.S. Dept of Labor to Award $5 Million to “Economically Empower Vulnerable Women &...

The project will work to improve economic participation in quality jobs by women and adolescent girls vulnerable to child labor, forced labor, and/or other violations of labor rights.

GDOT Touts 12 Years of 511 Service to Georgia Citizens, Travelers

The 511 telephone service officially launched in 2007 as Georgia’s traveler information phone number, replacing *DOT.

Department of Justice Opposes Unfair Attorney Fee Arrangement in Class Action Settlement Involving Dial...

“A class action settlement that affords little meaningful consumer benefit while rewarding attorneys with sizable fees is inappropriate,” said Assistant Attorney General Jody Hunt for the Department of Justice’s Civil Division. “Congress intended to prevent these types of unbalanced settlements with the Class Action Fairness Act.”

Alleged Synagogue Shooter Charged with Federal Hate Crimes

The man has been charged with federal hate crimes, including the murder of one person and the attempted murder of 53 others, for his actions during the April 27 shooting at the Chabad of Poway Synagogue.

FBI Launches Campaign on Violence Against Law Enforcement Officers

Through various media avenues and publicity tools the Violence Against Law Enforcement Officers media campaign will bring increased attention to identified fugitives and unknown assailants in an attempt to locate, arrest, and bring justice to the families and agencies of the fallen victims.