Showing 4 ideas for tag "threats"

Border Security

Vary Citizen Engagement Campaigns to Promote Continued Engagement

People tend to become numb to hearing the same admonishment to be vigilant and report suspicious incidents. With the advent of the coronavirus and fears of a pandemic, we should find creative ways to keep citizens engaged with their surroundings and continue to look for suspicious packages, suspicious individuals, and those who might be up to no good. We should engage with the public on social media, through work events,... more »

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Open Data

Encourage Data Brokers and Big Data Firms and Innovators to Put Their Talents to Use for The Public

With data science, AI, and the collection of public data at new heights, we should engage data innovators to create open data portals and open data approaches that benefit the public and public safety at large. There are a number of crime map companies and other data portals that list hazards and threats like wildfire dangers, pollution, and drug activity. What if we encouraged these data scientists and citizen-scientists... more »

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Academic Engagement

Depriving human rights housing /violating civil conduct within businesses govermental

I think anytime a corporation, Entity, Organization, Defender, Government, Business, or Licensee , violates causing hardship and demonstrating predatory behavior should be made to respond with apologies, then resolve pay whats been demanded on behalf of the victim including losses, penalties, charges which may be a little costly when loaded guns and threats home invasions , human trafficking, identity theft identity compromised,... more »

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