Showing posts with label child safety. Show all posts
Showing posts with label child safety. Show all posts

Saturday, October 28, 2017

School Campus Safety Experts to Combat Active Shooters

RyPul Threat Assessments School Campus Safety Experts to Combat Active Shooters

An Idea That Can Actually Save the Lives of Children at School

Oct. 28, 2017 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- With the number of active shootings on or near school campuses in the United States continuing at an alarming rate; expert security consultants in the field of protective security, product manufacturing, and school safety has decided to deliver a suite of physical protective products that have been tested and proven to stop bullets fired from multiple caliber weapons to include the AR-15 automatic rifle.



Mr. Warren the CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments states that “These random acts of violence are not going to stop and we are coming together in order to make a difference by protecting the lives of children on our campuses with our proven products, we have to do better for our children and educators, we are joining efforts to become a stronger force to deal with the problem of public shootings, as everyone deserves to a have a safe school or workplace for their kids and employees.”

RyPul Threat Assessments will bring expertise and awareness to the public by highlighting the on-going problem of how to deal effectively with "Active Shooters" on our school campuses and public spaces as well as bring awareness to the public that a Bullet Resistant Protection System designed specifically for classrooms, residential homes and commercial spaces is available and affordable.




The three-step system, which includes bullet resistant door shields, wireless remote door locks, and blast and smash resistant window laminates has been designed, tested and installed by this protective security company is already at work in school systems, homes and business around the country.

These products are providing effective lifesaving coverage at this very moment according to Warren the CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments, Pulley also states “We may not be able to stop the violent acts but we can reduce the risk of death and protect our children, teachers, and employees from being hurt in the same way that the banking, food service and airlines industries protect their people: by placing them behind bullet-resistant protective barriers.”  The products have received a lot of media coverage and have been tested and demonstrated around the country to school systems, business owners, and residential home builders and have been favorably received.



Mr. Pulley states “People will continue to talk about how to stop active shooters, meanwhile kids keep dying. This protection simply stops bullets once they are fired.  I’ve studied this system for myself and find it to be simple and extraordinary, I recommend all schools put this in place today, the time for talk is over.”

For more information visit www.rypulassessments.com.

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Monday, August 29, 2016

RANGER LACY Distribution of Child Pornography and Possession of Child Pornography - FBI MOST WANTED

WANTED BY THE FBI

Details:

Ranger Lacy is wanted for his involvement in pornography. In December 2009, Lacy allegedly engaged in child pornography and traded images as of 2011. More than 40,000 sexually explicit images of child pornography were reportedly found on Lacy's computer. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Lacy in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky on July 9, 2015. Lacy was charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. Lacy's arraignment was set for July 14, 2015, but he failed to appear and his whereabouts are unknown.







Aliases:
Ranger S. Lacy, Ranger Sylvan Lacy

Date(s) of Birth Used February 28, 1977
Hair Brown
Eyes Blue
Height 5'10"
Weight Approximately 160 pounds
Sex Male
Race White
NCIC W893961431

Remarks:

There were possible sightings of Lacy in Morehead and Frenchburg, Kentucky. Lacy does not work and is reportedly living off of a family trust fund. He also owns property in Okeechobee, Florida.


Details:

Ranger Lacy is wanted for his involvement in pornography. In December 2009, Lacy allegedly engaged in child pornography and traded images as of 2011. More than 40,000 sexually explicit images of child pornography were reportedly found on Lacy's computer. A federal arrest warrant was issued for Lacy in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky on July 9, 2015. Lacy was charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. Lacy's arraignment was set for July 14, 2015, but he failed to appear and his whereabouts are unknown.

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If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

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San Antonio Man Sentenced to 18 Years in Federal Prison for Receipt of Child Pornography

In San Antonio today, 29-year-old John Michael Rymers was sentenced to 18 years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography announced United States Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr., and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs, San Antonio Division.
In addition to the prison term, United States District Judge Fred Biery ordered that Rymers pay $20,000 restitution to his victims and be placed under supervised release for the remainder of his life after completing his prison term. 
On October 23, 2015, FBI agents executed a search warrant at the defendant’s residence and seized a laptop computer and related media.  A forensics examination on the seized items revealed the presence of approximately 150 videos and 1,150 images depicting child pornography.
According to court records, Rymers has engaged in the sexual exploitation of minors over the past six years including attempts to hack into the computer systems of minors as young as 14 in order to obtain nude and sexually explicit images and videos of these individuals; and, using false personas, mainly of young women, in order to persuade, coerce and entice minor females to create and send to him sexually explicit images and videos of themselves.

Rymers has remained in custody since being arrested in October 2015.  On May 12, 2016, Rymers pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography. 
This case was investigated by the FBI’s San Antonio Child Exploitation Task Force.  Assistant United States Attorney Tracy Thompson prosecuted this case on behalf of the Government.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood (PSC), a nationwide initiative launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse. Led by the United States Attorneys' Offices and the Criminal Division's Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, PSC marshals federal, state, and local resources to locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who sexually exploit children, and to identify and rescue victims. For more information about PSC, please visit http://www.justice.gov/psc/.  For more information about Internet safety education, please visithttp://www.justice.gov/psc/resources.html.

Monday, August 22, 2016

"You call. We Meet. We Search. You Enter Safely!"

LOS ANGELES - Aug. 22, 2016 - PRLog -- RyPul Threat Assessments is now offering "ARRIVE SAFE" in the Southern California market. Arrive Safe are very professional and personalized security services to those who are a little uncomfortable about returning to an empty home, business, apartment or rental property after an extended time away, for fear of being accosted by some unwanted person who could be waiting inside.

"YOU CALL.  WE MEET. WE SEARCH. YOU ENTER SAFELY!"

Are you returning from vacation and want to ensure your home is secure?
Are you a college student living alone – need your place checked out?
Is your elderly parent safe when returning from a hospital visit?
Has your neighbor called to say someone is snooping around your home?

LET OUR SECURITY PROFESSIONALS MEET YOU AT YOUR DOOR.



RYPUL states that there is a growing need for affordable, on call personal protective services that the average American can use, especially since your local police officer won't respond simply just to "check out your home" because you feel uneasy.  Statics show that 1 out 3 residential assaults are a result of burglary, 85% of break-ins are from desperate and dangerous people, 4 of 10 sexual assaults take place at the victim's home and 1 burglary occurs in the U.S. every 15 seconds.  RYPUL states that it can provide the average person with an armed former law enforcement officer or government trained security professional to walk into and through your home, apartment, business or rental property before you enter and ensure that you're not walking into danger, affording you exceptional peace of mind.

SAFETY IS NEVER OVERRATED
Call   (888) 818-2790 to Schedule Your Service
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About Our Company RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS is a global security services provider. Our expertise has been earned through security operations around the world.  Our network of security professionals can design customized, individualized protective security products at a moment's notice.

Let our Government Trained Security Professionals meet you at your door.

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Friday, July 15, 2016

RyPul Threat Assessments School Safety Assessments, Personal Security Details, Executive Protection Agents, Home Security Assessments And Body Guard Placement Services.

RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS

DUNS: 079084226   CAGE: 6Y3A0   NAICS: 541616 / 51621   SIC: 87429901 / 73820000

RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS, a US Corporation, is a provider in the personal protective security specialist sector worldwide. Our protective specialists have operated and provide high-level static and mobile security services around the world for clients including Non-Governmental Organizations, Multi-National Corporations, and a host of prominent executive and celebrity clients that require specialized risk mitigations options including travel to war zones or other areas of high conflict that lack first world security postures.

RYPUL has the qualifications and capabilities to ensure the successful protection of our clients, their personnel and their assets. Our comprehensive program management solutions, mission support, force protection and expertise in diplomatic / executive protection services, ensures that RYPUL THREAT ASSESSMENTS stands out from its competitive peers as one of the best in the business.


As a matter of good business practice we thoroughly vet and hire only the most skilled personnel who bring an extremely dynamic combination of training and expertise to the protective environment. Our security professionals come from some of the US military's most highly skilled special operations forces, large city municipal police departments, and experts in the civilian executive protection fields. This unique mix of talent allows RYPUL to tailor our protective models to meet our customers' needs anywhere in the world at a moment's notice.





CAPABILITIES, QUALIFICATIONS, AND TEAMING AVAILABILITY:

PRIVATE SECURITY DETAIL (OCONUS):  RYPUL's staff have direct experience planning, staffing, and managing security operations OCONUS under the purview of US government and military agencies in host nations and for numerous non-government organizations operating OCONUS.

CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION:  RYPUL offers custom-tailored security management services for critical infrastructure assets, to include reviews and assessments of existing security systems, security audits and assessments, emergency and contingency planning, and secure document disposal.

EXECUTIVE & DIPLOMATIC PROTECTION:  RYPUL executive protection services focus on protecting critical human corporate assets in an effective and unobtrusive manner In addition to security-based training, our staff understand the rules of conduct with respect to providing armed services and daily transportation of VIPs and their families in their day-to-day movements as well as through any dangerous or hostile situations that may arise RYPUL has provided armed (24/7) protective services for senior level executives (CEO or Chairman) for Fortune 500 businesses; and in addition to executives in the private sector, prior Executive Protection clients have included high-level government representatives, foreign nationals and diplomats, including ambassadors and royalty.

MOBILE PROTECTION:  RYPUL owns and/or can provide armored vehicles, follow cars, and executive protection personnel in
addition to security-trained drivers to deliver high level 'transport security. Wherever your travels take you, RYPUL drivers are thoroughly trained and vetted professionals familiar with the current social, economic, political, and threat situation in your area of operations and destination.


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Monday, February 22, 2016

Why Cant School Protect Kids From Active Shooters?

650 Billion Dollars a Year in Education Funding Why Cant School Protect Kids From Active Shooters?

LOS ANGELES - Feb. 22, 2016 - By RyPul Threat Assessments

Again one of the latest school shootings, February 12th at Independence High School in Glendale Arizona High School, proves once again that schools systems haven’t the slightest idea on how to improve school safety let alone how to implement the latest industrial products into the school systems to offer real life saving protective choices.  After travelling the United States over the past year and speaking to school district administrators, district security managers, school police officers and concerned parents groups, I have come to realize that they all want the same things, disagree on how to do it, hence nothing ever gets accomplished, yet the bullets continue to fly on our campuses and our children continue to die and be placed in harm’s way, simple to due to a lack of care, concern, forward thinking and ineptitude.

This latest tragedy is once again being reported by all the usual media sources across the country, and as usual after each and every one of these events, I see the same talking heads appearing on the local and national news programs congratulating the local police response, the local school administrators for their great reporting of the facts and I cringe at the out pouring of heartbreaking emotion by the family and friends of those killed in these senseless shootings, all the while knowing that there are common sense solutions in the marketplace at this very moment that can take the prospect of school safety and security to the next levels of protection.  

I have advocated for years the need for school systems to begin installing bullet and blast proof products into their standard school construction building plans or using planned building upgrades as the only real risk mitigation option to bullets being fired on or near school campuses on a daily basis. All the usual recommendation simply doesn’t work.

visit http://www.rypulassessments.com/ for details.

Now anytime I speak to administrators, teachers, politicians or even parents, the once line that rings true to them all, is that they are all against our schools looking to “militaristic”, and I had to really sit down and ask myself, after serving in the military on bases around the world just what they meant, and I came to the following conclusion.  It is that these stakeholders have no idea what they are truly talking about; they are all using a talking point to scare people into inaction. After studying schools safety protocols, 



I can report that schools are already armed, secured camps in their own rights. Schools already have armed police patrolling them, locked gates, metal detectors, some K-9 patrols, state of the art camera systems, bio-metric systems and badging capabilities, and from my experience with military bases they have all of the exact same protocols in place to limit access to its most sensitive areas.  The only difference being most buildings on military installations have some type of bullet resistant and blast protection installed it is most sensitive structures to protect its members when all of the above security protocols fail.

I am again repeating my call to all parents and students organizations, to pressure your local school systems into action and demand patented bullet resistant doors shields, protective glass products and specialty wireless school door locking systems, specifically designed for classroom protection and security.  

It is urgent that we get serious about saving the lives of children at school. Inaction kills.


Thursday, December 17, 2015

Affordable Bullet Resistant School Protection Systems Available Now


LOS ANGELES - Dec. 17, 2015 -- With the number of school shootings continuing to rise at an alarming rate, parents are frightened and looking for help. We can’t let this phenomenon continue. You shouldn’t have to worry about your children at school every day.  RyPul Threat Assessments has identified a crucial step in curtailing school shootings and today announced their affordable Bullet Resistant School Protection System, designed specifically for classrooms.


The Bullet Resistant School Protection System was created specifically for classroom protection and security. The systems contain bullet resistant doors, shields, and specialty wireless school door locking mechanisms. According to Threat Protection Specialist, Warren Pulley, CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments, school districts have very little budget money. That’s why the Bullet Resistant System was created to be affordable.




“We may not be able to stop the violent acts, but we can certainly reduce the risk and protect our children and teachers. The recent armed attacks in San Bernardino, CA, as well as the threat to shoot students at several major school districts around Los Angeles and the country, continue to highlight the need for a change in strategy and physical protection. The time for talk is over. Decision makers need to act now to save lives.  More has to be done to bring awareness to the school districts, parents, and government officials. There are tangible solutions that will save countless lives. We have to do better for our children and educators,” said Pulley.




These bullet resistant products prevent bullets from handguns, shotguns and AR15's from penetrating school doors. These products have been tested and demonstrated around the country. Pulley states, “People will continue to talk about the epidemic. Meanwhile, kids will continue to die. Protection systems created by my manufacturing partners with input from school safety advocates are available now.  I’ve tested these systems for myself and find them to be simple, extraordinary, and effective.”



School districts across the country can have access to these products now. Parents should demand their school systems install them immediately. The time to act is now. We can’t wait another second for our children.



You can find more information at www.rypulassessments.com.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

MIDDLE EAST SECURITY EXPERT INTENDS TO SECURE ALL U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS

MIDDLE EAST TRAINED THREAT ASSESSMENT SPECIALIST INTENDS TO SECURE ALL U.S. PUBLIC SCHOOLS

May 20,2015 (datsyn.com) - LOS ANGELES, CA – RyPul Threat Assessments has partnered with U.S. bullet proof product manufacturing companies to develop effective bullet resistant products to protect local schools. THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL HERO - RyPul Threat Assessments comes to Southern California
Warren Pulley is the owner of RyPul Threat Assessments, which specializes in assisting clients in learning how to defend and protect themselves on their campuses, workplaces or residences. Pulley believes this is much a needed service in Southern California, the United States and around the world.  As a Certified Worldwide Protection Specialist, trained by the U.S. State Department, Los Angeles Police Department and the U.S. Military, Pulley has worked in high threat environments around the world. Through RyPul Threat Assessments Pulley has now brought his skills home from the war zone and other high threat areas into our schools, residences and businesses near you. Pulley stated “as our country continues to experience the pains of school shootings, take-over robberies and work place violence involving guns, I decided that I needed to share my experience, training and expertise with anyone ready to take defense of themselves, their students, their homes, their businesses and employees to the next level”.
RyPul Threat Assessments motto is “Detect, Design, and Defend
RyPul Threat Assessments has taken on several clients in Southern California since opening for business, RyPul has also partnered with a national bulletproof fabrication companies to help design cost effective bulletproof products for clients at all levels and financial means.  As the owner of RyPul Threat Assessments, Pulley has also appeared on network television, been interviewed by several regional media newspapers and visited local area schools to speak with students, teachers and administrators about the importance of being aware of security threats that may affect their environment. “
RyPul specializes in conducting School Threat Assessments, Residential Security Planning, Personal Protection Assessments, Site Security Planning, Asset Tagging and Tracking as well as providing physical Risk Mitigation Options.  RyPul Threat Assessments can be found on the Web at www.rypulassessments.com, also see RyPul’s blog at www.rypulassessments.blogspot.com.

Contact Details:

Name:Warren Pulley
Position:Media Contact
Company:RyPul Threat Assessments
Email:contact@rypulassessments.com
Country:United States of America
Website:http://www.rypulassessments.com
Contact No.:(951) 818-2005

Monday, April 27, 2015

RyPul Threat Assessments are experts in school, business and residential safety


RyPul Threat Assessments has taken on several clients in Southern California, in the U.S. and around the world since opening for business. RyPul Threat Assessments has also partnered with many internationally recognized bulletproof fabrication companies and self defense OEMs to help provide cost effective bulletproof products, blast mitigation products and smash resistant glass product for clients at all levels and financial means.  As the owner of RyPul Threat and Site Assessments, Pulley has also appeared as an ballistic and threat assessment expert on television broadcast news, in print publication, at local speaking events and Pulley is also currently a featured security and law enforcement expert writer for a Riverside County, CA published newspaper. Pulley is frequently tapped to speak with business owners, students, teachers, stake holders and administrators about the importance of being aware of security threats that may affect their environment. “

RyPul Threat Assessments owner Pulley has U.S. Military Police, Los Angeles Police Department, Licensed Private Investigator, and Certified World Wide Protection Specialist experience. RyPul Threat Assessments specializes in conducting School Threat Assessments, Residential Security Planning, Personal Protection Assessments, Site Security Planning, Asset Tagging and Tracking as well as providing physical Risk Mitigation Options.

RyPul Threat and Site Assessments can be found on the web at www.rypulassessments.com

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Connecticut ranks high in number of school threats

Three weeks after Connecticut was ranked as the state with the 10th most threats to schools between August and December 2014, Hamden High School evacuated its corridors Friday morning in response to a bomb threat.
Hamden Police Department arrested 18-year-old Dyshawn Silva, who called the police Friday morning to say there was a bomb in the school. The Hamden police did not locate any bombs in the school, and classes resumed Friday afternoon, the HPD reported on their Twitter account on Friday. Silva has been charged with first-degree threatening, second-degree breach of peace and falsely reporting an incident.
Ken Trump, president of National School Safety and Security Services, directed a study on the number of threats to schools across the country, calling the national rise of violent school threats an “epidemic.” His report was released on Feb. 9.
“School threats are a fast growing problem,” he said in a press release. “They send fear and panic through a community.”
His reports said school threats have increased by 158 percent since the same survey was conducted in 2013.
He added in an email to the News that the quick spread of communication via social media is presenting school administrators with added challenges in dealing with school threats. Social media can create widespread anxiety that puts intense pressure on a school’s administration to manage not only the threat but also the communication with students, staff and parents.
Thirty-seven percent of the threats Trump studied were sent electronically, and 28 percent of those communications were sent using social media.
According to Trump’s report, high schools received 70 percent of threats, middle schools received 18 percent and elementary schools received 10 percent. Yet, despite the smaller percentage of elementary schools that receive threats nationwide, the discussion of school threats in the state of Connecticut is focused around the tragedy that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.
On Feb. 12 — two years and two months after 26 people were killed by a gunman at the elementary school — a task force released a report analyzing the shooting and offering a list of recommendations to legislators.
“The initial, and entirely natural, reaction to a tragedy like the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School is to consider steps that would make it virtually impossible for such a violent event to occur at a school ever again,” the report reads.
Dora Schriro, the commissioner of the state Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, told the Connecticut Post that the state is ready to invest in gathering more data on school threats.
As of March 2015, over $43 million of state funding has been allocated to ensuring improved school safety since the events of December 2012. Gov. Dannel Malloy has expanded the School Security Grant Program. Since November 2013, funding has increased to provide reimbursement for school districts purchasing security infrastructure including surveillance cameras, penetration resistant vestibules, ballistic glass, panic alarms and computer-controlled electronic locks.
“It is unfortunate we have to prepare for these situations, but a well-crafted plan is essential if we are to minimize risks to the lives and safety of students, teachers and school staff during times of crisis,” Malloy said in a December 2014 press release.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

The Evolution and Downfall Of Our Police Departments

By Warren Pulley, CEO, RyPul Threat Assessments
Since the early 1700s, populations in the United States have had some form of “Night Watch”, “Town Watch” or Constable to help provide gaps in protection that the locally armed citizenry could not do. Early Americans did not depend on their police departments to protect them from each and every ill in the society of the day; they instead wanted their police officers to maintain the class systems that were in place with early settlers and help with the protection of private property when the citizenry could not.
The use of police-type organizations such as the Pinkerton's, the Mint Police, US Parks Police, and U.S. Marshall's helped establish law and order in the early days, and provided the established respect for law enforcement officers and the dangers they faced in our untamed early country and westward settlements.
Fast forward to the 21st Century, and take a long and hard look at any police or sheriff’s department in this country and you will find it under siege. And when I say under siege, I mean just that.  They have constant pressure applied to them by race-baiting attorneys and news organizations that fail to do their due diligence and seek the truth of any given police situation.  Internal Affairs departments – that in their haste to calm what is seen as racial tension – go after law abiding, policy minding police officers with a vengeance for the sake of perceived fairness, along with the Monday morning quarterbacking public that gobbles up the downfall of one of its protectors with a pizza and a soda.
I spent the better part of 12 years patrolling the streets of Los Angeles in the divisions of Rampart and Southeast, and constantly walked the line of being a perceived racist cop.  Although I was a black police officer, I watched untold numbers of officers adopt the drive and wave approach to police work due to the harsh, unbalanced and out of whack internal investigations that could and did derail their careers – often times based on a mis-perception of a police officer’s authority and the department’s lack of ability and unwillingness to explain such to the general public.
The downfall of our police departments will be swift and permanent, and will leave a whole class of people defenseless and unprotected if, as Americans, we don’t collectively take steps to defend our officers when they are in the right.  They have the absolute authority to conduct the kind of policing they are sworn to do, and call out any officer that is failing to protect and serve citizens with the zeal that they would protect their own families with.
Let’s get something straight, not every black person shot by a white officer is a victim.  There are black males that carry guns illegally on our streets, and they do fight with police officers when confronted with arrest – and then look to illicit the sympathy of the general public by crying foul when injured or killed by the police for their aggressive and illegal actions.  This exact chain of events occurs in the white community also, but the visceral, negative reaction to the same events in different neighborhoods is the main cause of the downfall of our police departments.
Mark my words, if we as a society continue to scapegoat our police, prop up our most vile criminals and violators, and scatter reasonable discussion and discourse to the wind, then we may wake up one morning to find the disbanding of police departments nationwide and the return to self-preservation, self-protection and self-governance. How many of you are really ready for that?
Warren Pulley is a military veteran, former law enforcement officer, and current CEO of RyPul Threat Assessments (a global threat assessment company).

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Choctaw Nation Demonstrates Safer Schools For America Bullet-Stopping Door Panels

Original Writing By: Danielle King, KXII 12 Durant OK
Additional Editing By: Warren Pulley, CEO RyPul Threat Assessments

DURANT, Okla. -- Choctaw Nation representatives say they're in the process of outfitting their facilities with door shields. "We are taking a very proactive role in getting these safety measures implemented," Cecilia Armendariz said. Armendariz is the director of facilities for the Choctaw Nation.

The door shield weighs 55 pounds and is 3/8ths of an inch thick and made of fiberglass. It's function is to stop bullets from penetrating classroom doors. "I firmly believe that we will be retro-fitting our facilities at this point," Choctaw Nation Commodities Manager Boyd Miller said.


Safer Schools For America Bullet Resistant Door Shield
The tribe brought in business owner and tribe member, Sage Dyer in to demonstrate the product. She is the founder of Safer Schools for America, and the inventor of this door shield.

"I'm a mom," Dyer said when asked what was her inspiration to invent this product.

During the demonstration, shooters fired rounds from a .40 and .44 caliber pistols, a 12-gauge shotgun, and an AR 556 rifle at the door. Only the rifle bullets were able to puncture the door.


RyPul Threat Assessment CEO Warren Pulley Demonstrates The Shield Effectiveness
Along with the shield, Dyer's company also showed off its locking system, and bullet proof glass.


Armendariz said she sees the purchase of these shields as a service to the tribe's members. "We want to make sure that our children and our senior citizens are in the safest environment possible," she said. "We do have some rural areas where unfortunately getting security and keeping things safe is difficult."

See the Safer Schools For America Bullet Resistant Door Shield In action below!





Monday, March 23, 2015

Big space things come in small packages

http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2015/02/05.aspx

ALASA GETTING CLOSER TO DELIVERING BIG THINGS IN SMALL PACKAGES TO SPACE

Progress on several potentially breakthrough technologies could pave the way for much cheaper, faster and easier small-satellite launches

DARPA’s Airborne Launch Assist Space Access program (ALASA) seeks to propel 100-pound satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours of call-up, all for less than $1 million per launch. The program is moving ahead with rigorous testing of new technologies that one day could enable revolutionary satellite launch systems that provide more affordable, routine and reliable access to space.   DARPA’s Airborne Launch Assist Space Access program (ALASA) seeks to propel 100-pound satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours of call-up, all for less than $1 million per launch. The program is moving ahead with rigorous testing of new technologies that one day could enable revolutionary satellite launch systems that provide more affordable, routine and reliable access to space.  Through its Airborne Launch Assist Space Access (ALASA) program, DARPA has been developing new concepts and architectures to get small satellites into orbit more economically on short notice. Bradford Tousley, director of DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, provided an update on ALASA today at the 18th Annual Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s Commercial Space Transportation Conference in Washington, D.C. Tousley discussed several key accomplishments of the program to date, including successful completion of Phase 1 design, selection of the Boeing Company as prime contractor for Phase 2 of the program, which includes conducting 12 orbital test launches of an integrated prototype system.

“We’ve made good progress so far toward ALASA’s ambitious goal of propelling 100-pound satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours of call-up, all for less than $1 million per launch,” Tousley said. “We’re moving ahead with rigorous testing of new technologies that we hope one day could enable revolutionary satellite launch systems that provide more affordable, routine and reliable access to space.”  Launches of satellites for the Department of Defense (DoD) or other government agencies require scheduling years in advance for the few available slots at the nation's limited number of launch locations. This slow, expensive process is causing a bottleneck in placing essential space assets in orbit. The current ALASA design envisions launching a low-cost, expendable launch vehicle from conventional aircraft. Serving as a reusable first stage, the plane would fly to high altitude and release the launch vehicle, which would carry the payload to the desired location.  “ALASA seeks to overcome the limitations of current launch systems by streamlining design and manufacturing and leveraging the flexibility and re-usability of an air-launched system,” said Mitchell Burnside Clapp, DARPA program manager for ALASA. “We envision an alternative to ride-sharing for satellites that enables satellite owners to launch payloads from any location into orbits of their choosing, on schedules of their choosing, on a launch vehicle designed specifically for small payloads.”  ALASA had a successful Phase 1, which resulted in three viable system designs. In March 2014, DARPA awarded Boeing the prime contract for Phase 2 of ALASA.

Because reducing cost per flight to $1 million presents such a challenge, DARPA is attacking the cost equation on multiple fronts. The Phase 2 design incorporates commercial-grade avionics and advanced composite structures. Perhaps the most daring technology ALASA seeks to implement is a new high-energy monopropellant, which aims to combine fuel and oxidizer into a single liquid. If successful, the monopropellant would enable simpler designs and reduced manufacturing and operation costs compared to traditional designs that use two liquids, such as liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen.  ALASA also aims to reduce infrastructure costs by using runways instead of fixed vertical launch sites, automating operations and avoiding unnecessary services. Phase 1 of the program advanced toward that goal by making progress on three breakthrough enabling technologies:

Mission-planning software that would streamline current processes for satellite launches Space-based telemetry that would use existing satellites instead of ground-based facilities to monitor the ALASA vehicle Automatic flight-termination systems that would assess real-time conditions during flight and end it if necessary DARPA plans to continue developing these capabilities in Phase 2 and, once they’re sufficiently mature, intends to eventually transition them to government and/or commercial partners for wider use in the space community.  Pending successful testing of the new monopropellant, the program plan includes 12 orbital launches to test the integrated ALASA prototype system. Currently, DARPA plans to conduct the first ALASA flight demonstration test in late 2015 and the first orbital launch test in the first half of 2016. Depending on test results, the program would conduct up to 11 further demonstration launches through summer 2016.

If successful, ALASA would provide convenient, cost-effective launch capabilities for the growing government and commercial markets for small satellites. “Small satellites in the ALASA payload class represent the fastest-growing segment of the space launch market, and DARPA expects this growth trend to continue as small satellites become increasingly more capable,” Burnside Clapp said. “The small-satellite community is excited about having dedicated launch opportunities, and there should be no difficulty finding useful payloads.”

DARPA’s Airborne Launch Assist Space Access program (ALASA) seeks to propel 100-pound satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours of call-up, all for less than $1 million per launch. The program is moving ahead with rigorous testing of new technologies that one day could enable revolutionary satellite launch systems that provide more affordable, routine and reliable access to space. Click for High-Resolution Image DARPA’s Airborne Launch Assist Space Access program (ALASA) seeks to propel 100-pound satellites into low Earth orbit (LEO) within 24 hours of call-up, all for less than $1 million per launch. The program is moving ahead with rigorous testing of new technologies that one day could enable revolutionary satellite launch systems that provide more affordable, routine and reliable access to space.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Kill list found at elementary school

LAKE ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)
The Wentzville School District responded to questions about a list that was discovered at Green Tree Elementary last Tuesday.
According to those with relatives attending the school in the district, an 11-year-old allegedly saw a fellow classmate with what’s being referred to as a friends and enemies list at the school. FOX 2 spoke to family members of the young child, they didn’t want to go on camera, but did say they were worried about the fact that some parents were concerned because they were not notified of the incident until that Friday.
FOX 2 contacted the district about the incident and a spokesperson released the following statement:
“Last week there was a ‘friends and enemies’ list of student names found at Green Tree Elementary. The principal contacted local law enforcement immediately, and after a thorough investigation it was determined that the list was not a credible threat. The principal and counselor contacted the parents of the students included on the list, and informed them of the incident. Student discipline for these types of incidents is covered by the district`s student misconduct and disciplinary consequences regulation.”
Family members also say they hope the disciplinary action is strong enough to send the message that incidents of this nature will not be tolerated in the future.

Third-grader sexually assaulted 5-7 times by classmate, official says

RIVERSIDE: Third-grader sexually assaulted 5-7 times by classmate, official says

A third-grade student at a Riverside elementary school sexually assaulted a classmate five to seven times since the pair was in second grade, according to a district spokesperson. The incidents happened at John Adams Elementary School in class when teachers might not see, such as while watching movies, and in the bathroom, said Jacquie Paul, spokesperson for the Riverside Unified School District. The assailant and the victim were both boys, though the nature of their relationship — whether they were friends or rivals — was not disclosed, Paul said. “At this point we don’t believe there are other victims,” but officials are exploring the possibility, Paul stated.  A letter went home to parents on Wednesday, March 19, stating what happened. Also, school officials are holding a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday night, March 20, to discuss the situation. The meeting is open to the public.  School psychologists were on the campus to help students who need it, and the principal stood at the front of the school as parents dropped off their children in the morning.

“I want parents to know everything’s OK,” said the principal, Paul DeFoe.

Officials learned about the assaults on Monday, March 17, when a “small group” of students during an after-school program called HEARTS reported it to the coordinator on duty, the district spokeswoman said.  That official went straight to the principal, who happened to be on campus working late. He immediately contacted law enforcement, Paul said.  The Riverside Police Department and child protective services are investigating as well as the district, which has launched an internal investigation.  The school has taken disciplinary action on the offending student. Paul was unable to say what those actions were, but she said the student was no longer present on the campus.  The two teachers who may have been present when the assaults happened were placed on paid administrative leave while officials investigate, Paul said.  Police officials were unable to say whether the parents of the offending student were suspected of any wrong-doing that may have influenced the boy to act as he did, according to police Lt. Val Graham.  “We’re investigating every angle,” Graham said. “It’s routine for detectives to look at any reason for why something like this could have occurred.”

The incident shocked the staff at Adams Elementary, a small, tightly knit school of only 555 students, officials said.  “This is a first for us and it’s a very sad, difficult situation,” Paul said.  Parents dropping their children off Thursday morning said the incident has caused them to talk to their children about sex crimes.  “I talked to them just this morning,” said Joe Pule about his two daughters who attend the school. “If somebody touches you or something, tell somebody right away.” For some parents, the incident raised questions about school safety. “The teachers are not aware of the students,” said Jennifer Gomez, whose child goes to kindergarden at Adams. “Were they not watching them? They’re supposed to be taking care of them.”

On Wednesday when the assault was reported on the evening news it caused a rush of cars to the elementary school to pick children up from their after-school activities, said Louis Clark who lives next door to the campus. “You should have seen the parents tearing into (the parking lot) to pick up those kids,” he said.

Al Qaeda Magazine Calls For Car Bombings In U.S., Specifically In NYC

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) —

The latest edition of al Qaeda‘s English-language online magazine urges its readers to attack the United States with car bombs and includes a photo of Times Square. The terrorist organization’s magazine, Inspire, specifically mentions New York, Los Angeles, Washington and Chicago as preferred targets, WCBS 880′s Rich Lamb reported. NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Wednesday the website calls for its readers to act as “lone wolf” terrorists. “It certainly is an issue that we will continue to stay focused on,” Bratton said. “It is a magazine that is very widely read by that world.” The magazine also advises potential terrorists to attack places holding lots of people, CBS 2′s Marcia Kramer reported. “As for the field  target for the car bomb,” the magazine advises, “you have places flooded with individuals e.g. Sports events in which tens of thousands attend, election campaigns, festivals and other gathering(s). The important thing is that you target people and not buildings.” “This is typical of al Qaeda’s targeting, which is to kill as many people as possible,” said John Miller, the NYPD’s deputy police commissioner for intelligence.

Al Qaeda Magazine Calls For Car Bombings In U.S., New YorkWCBS 880's Rich Lamb reports.

Bratton noted the city has a large number of officers dedicated to counterterrorism and that every plot against New York City since 9/11 has been foiled. Miller told CBS News the magazine edition is “one-stop shopping for an amateur terrorist.” “What it talks about is targeting … specific places, specific targets, specific events, but it goes beyond that call, and it says, ‘and by the way, here is a simple set of instructions for a car bomb that you can make with essentially, you know, a trip to a big-box hardware store and a couple of chemicals,’” said Miller, a former CBS News senior correspondent. Inspire is the same magazine where prosecutors say Jose Pimentel, a Dominican immigrant who was raised in the U.S., found the article “Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom,” which he used to begin building pipe bombs that he planned to plant around the city. He pleaded guilty last month to a terrorism charge and, under a plea deal, will likely serve 16 years in prison.

The Inspire website includes a letter from editor Yahya Ibrahim, which reads, in part: “Many Feisal Shahzads are residing inside America, and all they need is the knowledge of how to make car bombs. They are all yearning to fulfill their duty of Jihad. … The American government was unable to protect its citizens from pressure cooker bombs in backpacks, I wonder if they are ready to stop car bombs!” Miller said the NYPD will use the intelligence provided by the magazine to deploy heavily armed groups at sensitive, high-profile locations with no notice, which would “keep somebody trying to make a plan off balance.” “One way, you can read Inspire magazine as some kind of sign of failure, which is al Qaeda central has now diminished to the point that it has to put out this wide net and say, ‘Can anybody do anything because as an organization we’re not effective that way?’” Miller said. “Or you can flip that coin and say, they’ve now gone from being an effective terrorist organization to being a narrative that gets out to millions of people,” he added. “The Boston Marathon bombers, Jose Pimentel — you can pick your person who has been picked up in one of these plots — usually never made contact with al Qaeda, but many of them got their plans and plots from Inspire magazine.”

Monday, March 10, 2014

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Saturday, March 8, 2014

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Friday, February 28, 2014

Superintendent Pay Protests

Superintendent Pay Protests



The revelation that the superintendent of a tiny Southern California school district earned more than President Barack Obama last year sparked calls Tuesday for his resignation, a criminal investigation and a recall of the school board.  An angry crowd showed up at a special meeting of the CentinelaValleyUnionHighSchool District after a newspaper investigation revealed Superintendent Jose Fernandez's total compensation package.  Many of the speakers called on Fernandez and the five board members to step down, KCAL-TV reported.

The Torrance Daily Breeze reported earlier this month that Fernandez collected $663,000 in compensation in 2013. In comparison, Obama's overall compensation package, which included salary, benefits and other perks, amounts to $569,000 annually.  Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy, who oversees the nation's second-largest school district, had a nearly $390,000 compensation package. Fernandez oversees three high schools in the working-class suburbs of Hawthorne and Lawndale.

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