Virginia Shooter Claims he was Victim of Harassment, Bullying

Virginia killer Lester Flanagan wrote a 23-page manifesto detailing his trials and tribulations as a gay black man, blaming racism for causing Flanagan to shoot two white journalists on live television.  Flanagan wrote that he feels he has been bullied and a victim of harassment. Flanagan claimed that he suffered racial discrimination, sexual harassment and…

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Workplace Adderall & Heroin Abuse on Rise amongst Millennials

Written by Patricia Kotze In a recent Tech Times report out of northern California, Adderall and Heroin use are popular and on the rise with the Millennial generation for increased productivity while at work.  The amphetamine-based Adderall, often called “Addies” typically prescribed for those with ADHD, have an immediate release for stimulation and is reported…

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The Benefits of Employee Monitoring Software

Employee monitoring software can be an excellent way to ensure your employees are staying on task as well as to gather evidence of misconduct/crimes.  We will discuss the best most useful tools and how to take advantage of the software. Online Activity: With monitoring software, you can record each and every keystroke made, including search…

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The Importance Of Hiring A Licensed Private Investigation Firm

Human Resource Consultants, Computer Forensic Consultants and unlicensed private investigation firm's place their clients in jeopardy by conducting investigations without a legally-required license. When employers and attorneys need a third-party investigator, most will engage a reputable Private Investigator. But some engage “Consultants” or fly-by-night P.I.’s because employers or attorneys are not aware of state licensing…

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Detecting Mortgage Fraud

Financial hard times have hit lending institutions from coast to coast. Under these conditions, in the wake of the sub-prime mortgage crisis, they are becoming more vulnerable to a serious threat not often mentioned in the media - - - mortgage fraud. If your firm is involved in mortgage lending, directly or indirectly, it is…

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Metal Theft: Too Costly To Ignore

By Rory Montez   In 2007, the U.S. scrap metal business grew to a $61 billion dollar industry. High demand for scrap metal from China, India, Malaysia, Korea, and Japan continues to escalate, as economic growth feeds industrial expansion; commercial construction, factory production, and telecommunication systems require large quantities of raw metals. Scrap metals seeing…

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Access Control – The Bottom Line!

By Frank Faulk IV, CPP I find myself performing Security Surveys, Physical Security Analyses, Risks Analyses and Vulnerability Reports for many new clients each year. I go through each process very methodically using my own comprehensive outlines, so I don’t miss much. After almost twenty years of writing such reports, I can honestly conclude the…

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Guns at Work in these Wild, Wild United States

Where Company Policy Collides with State Law By Patricia Kotze In some states, especially Florida, employers may think their next official state holiday will be “Bring a Gun to Work Day.” Most employers have traditionally had the right to ban employees from bringing guns onto company property, even in personal vehicles in company parking lots.…

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Hide and Go Seek: Outwitting Holders of Hidden Assets

By Kent Perkins With costs of litigation added to losses suffered which gave rise to the initial lawsuit, Plaintiffs can spend “good money after bad” and end up holding only worthless judgment paperwork when unscrupulous Defendants successfully hide money offshore. Sadly, most other countries totally ignore United States judgments and refuse to help creditors attempting…

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