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Border Security

Current southern border information presented by Mayorkas is inaccurate!

How incredibly foolish that the Secretary of Homeland Security today consistently made statements that when fact-checked from several sources proved incorrect. I was not listening to him to be insulted. I was seeking transparency and viable options to our disaster. Plans formulated on lies seldom work. Our tax money needs to be used to help create jobs and provide services for our citizens. I do not want my grandchildren... more »

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Walls are outdated. Use drones.

The gentleman from Vermont might not have been entirely out of line today when he explained walls are "last century's technology". So use drones across the ~1800 miles of needed border. Specifically, an array of response drones could be enormously beneficial to CBP, ICE, and DHS in general. Drones can be programmed to automatically recharge on environmentally sound seismic pylons (detection of underground digging) that... more »

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Election Security

DHS Should not be used against protesters. Congress should act to redefine DHS rules of conduct, use by executive, jurisdiction

It is wrong for DHS agents to be used as police to break up lawful protests, which are protected by US constitution. The events in Oregon underscore the fact the DHS actions there are being used as a partisan tool and not because of need. Specifically local officials never asked for DHS agents to "help" . In fact they want them to let them handle it. Remember states rights? . Conspicuously DHS has never been called to... more »

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Immigration

The Constitution of the United States of America was written and signed by immigrants, for immigrants. "Land of the Free!" (…as slavery shamefully continued for many following generations.)

Some Americans boast of superiority, but reject those who seek the "American Dream." There is not one solitary reason a person or family flees to the United States of America. Some search for a better future; some for safety; some... more »

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Open Data

Psychoacoustics Closed loop neurostimulation Solutions for Homeland security activities - NeuroAudit Technologies

About Us

We are At NeuroAudit Technologies from Israel.

AT NeuroAudit we are developing Psychoacoustics neurostimulation.

Solutions based on innovation combined with Neuromonitoring ,fit for Homeland security activities to make intervention in neuro effect on humans and Civilian population.

While the HLS industry is concentrating its efforts on developing technologies for coping with a world in flux, NeuroAudit utilizes... more »

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United States Postal Service

I am a retired public school teacher and I want to share a partial solution for the future of the USPS.

My current mailman's name is Ken. Ken is a great postal carrier! For a couple of years, my husband and I worked and lived in a town 40 miles away. We returned home on weekends, leaving the house empty each week. Ken noticed our absence and asked another neighbor if we were ok.

My proposal is to move the postal service... more »

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The DHS site is for facts and verification. Has DHS screened the data being shared. DHS still background checking?

The information to be shared here is to put factual and verifiable information that can be inserted to the Department of Homeland Security for threats to any of these data set campaigns. These are not to be used as a bitching post for opinions and loudmouths. There are real security issues that need to be shared pertaining to the well being of ALL LEGAL AND PERMANENT US CITIZENS. Education, Aptitude, and Experiences are... more »

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Criminal Profiling

This will sound strange at first but please read through completely.
Serious Haunted Houses such as the McKamey Manor and others seem to me at a glance (never been to one just google searched and seen YouTube videos) to be a breeding ground for possible malevolent individuals. Some agency should Infilitrate these places and collect profiles on individuals working at them. In case a crime (murder, rape ect ect…)in a area... more »

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Academic Engagement

Increased intelligence sharing

Given the amount of intelligence and information that is collected throughout the intelligence community as a whole there is still large amounts of intelligence that is not shared across the enterprise. What has DHS and the other members of the intelligence community done to increase information sharing outside of the legislation that has removed the "walls" preventing the sharing of information across the enterprise?... more »

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Border Security

RE: Interim Guidance: Civil Immigration Enforcement and Removal Priorities

To Whom it May Concern,

 

The recent memo issued to ICE by Tae D. Johnson as entitled falls unbearably short of the expectations that the majority of US citizens have for the Biden Administration and the respective offices under its authority, specifically the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). In the memo, a "presumed priority" noncitizen may be defined as follows:... more »

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