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The pandemic viral epidemic COVID19 has taken yet another life. Master Jail Officer Robert Charles Sunukjian leaves behind his wife and both of his parents. His many friends, neighbors, coworkers, and family members will share in their grief. The community has come together to celebrate his life and support his family through these difficult times.
Friends and coworkers of Cpt. Vallot enjoyed working with him. He loved being a law enforcement officer, cared for people, and worked hard to positively influence the lives of all those he came into contact.
Safeguarding your consumer data is your agency’s responsibility, be it a small business, large enterprise, or even a government entity to protect the information from abuse or breaches of their data systems. Ways that can be done is through redaction, anonymization, or de-identification of the data. Once data has been used, or reached the end of its lifespan, it must be destroyed.
Before working for the McLennan County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Smith had served the community for over 28 years retiring from the Waco Police Department. After retirement, he continued to choose to serve and protect. He joined the sheriff’s department part-time but became full-time as a court security officer.
The community is sad to lose a senior officer who had given to them so much of his life. He leaves behind his wife, children, and grandchildren. He was a family man, a community leader, and a local hero. Coworkers, neighbors, friends, and extended family will mourn Sgt. Charles Norton and stand tall beside the family in their grief.
If you wonder if the IoT has invaded your home, you might just look at how many smart appliances you own or even smartphones that are continually in your presence. Many of these new technologies include real-time analytics, machine learning, sensors, and embedded systems. These integrated systems combine with wireless sensor networks, control systems, and automation, and all these devices work together and over internet connections to form the Internet of Things.
Since the advent of CCTV (Closed Caption Television) cameras in the 1960s, the move towards changing how police record their actions have come a long way. Originally these cameras were installed in London but became more mobile and deployable into recording high crime areas to help police enforce the law and prevent crime. It was nearly 30 years later that in-car cameras were installed in police vehicles in the late 1980s. By the year 2000, car cameras or dashcams were mainstream enough to be in virtually all new police cars.
His mother and his two siblings survive officer Carlo Jay Cayabyab. He also had extended family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers who will support his family in their loss and join with them to celebrate the life he lived.
Sergeant Alvin R. Sugrañes-Lebrón served his community, family, and neighbors by providing safety and protection to all those around him. He served as a member of the Puerto Rico Police Bureau.
Customs Officer Renie Tumanda leaves behind his wife, three children, parents, and two brothers. He also has many friends, extended family, neighbors, and coworkers who will support his family in their grief.
Body-worn Cameras or BWCs have seen a dramatic increase in use by law enforcement officers and agencies in the United States and Internationally. These cameras are changing the scope and practices of policing.
Texas Department of Criminal Justice Continues to Lose Officers The Texas Department of Criminal Justice continues to be hard hit by the outbreak of the coronavirus. The department has lost many officers and staff to COVID19. On September 27, 2020, Correctional Officer Donald E. Parker, age 73, lost his life due to the virus’s complications. […]
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