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FEMA and Ad Council Release New Latino-Focused PSAs Urging Communities to ‘Prepare to Protect’

FEMA’s very own Hispanic/Latino Employee Resource Group was also tapped to help shape the ads.

GAO Examines Coast Guard’s Defense Readiness Mission

The Coast Guard's vessel and aircraft deployments for the defense readiness mission accounted for about 5 percent of deployments during this 10-year period—ranking eighth out of 11 statutory missions.

HST Interview with Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research, DOD Counter-Insider Threat Program

September is Insider Threat Awareness Month - please join HSToday for an exclusive interview with Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research, DOD Counter-Insider Threat Program...

Justice Department Awards Nearly $187 Million to Support Community Safety

The JAG program provides states, tribes and local governments with critical funding to support law enforcement, prosecutors, public defenders, courts and corrections and community corrections agencies.

DHS ATD Case Management Pilot Program: National Board Application Extended to October 8

The National Board will be responsible for awarding funds to eligible local governments and nonprofit organizations, and overseeing and managing the pilot program.   

David Neal Named Director of DOJ’s Executive Office for Immigration Review

The EOIR director is responsible for the supervision of the Chairman of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Chief Immigration Judge, the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer and all agency personnel.

CISA Releases De-Escalation Series for Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators

The products contain a small list of examples of potential stressors, changes in baseline behaviors, observable behavioral indicators, observable physical behaviors, and potential warning signs of an escalating person.

Mayorkas on Haitian Migrant Surge: ‘The Speed with Which This Materialized Is Unprecedented’

More than 5,000 migrants are still under the bridge in Del Rio today awaiting processing, down from an estimated 15,000 on Sept. 18.
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