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Intel Briefing – April 2013

Couple stole cruisers, led police on interstate chase. As a Camden, New Jersey officer was attending to another person at a traffic stop, two individuals jumped into his police cruiser, hit and injured him, then sped off and led police officers on a high speed chase until they crashed in north Philadelphia. One suspect was [...]

Intel Briefing – March 2013

Ark. woman dies after 911 call not put in system. A woman died and her five-year-old son was in serious condition after a 9-1-1 dispatcher did not follow proper protocol and may have caused a delay in response to the victims. ………………………………………………………………………… Many Fed smartphones have zero password protection. A Government Accountability Office report stated [...]

Intel Briefing – February 2013

Treatment-resistant gonorrhea threat rises in North America. Concerned U.S. health officials suggested a halt on prescribing the only remaining gonorrhea oral antibiotic after a Canadian study found it is ineffective in 7 percent of patients. ………………………………………………………………………… Defense department cracking down on hacking disclosures for defense contractors. The National Defense Authorization Act signed on January 3 [...]

Intel Briefing – January 2013

Cicero man dies after fall into Wheeling chemical tank. Fire crews recovered the dead body from the bottom of a chemical storage tank at the Sunnyside Corporation in Wheeling, Illinois, November 29. A man was cleaning the tank near an opening at the top before falling into the chemical “slime” at the bottom of the [...]

Intel Briefing – December 2012

IRS warns of sophisticated phishing scheme using fake IRS website. A sophisticated phishing scheme that uses an official-looking but fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Web site has been netting victims, the IRS said November 1. The scam uses a Web site that mimics the IRS e-Services registration page to collect personal information. The official page [...]