By Jinnie Chua
The Darknet provides a platform for countless crimes so law enforcement must be familiar with how it works. Here's the basic information officers should know about what the Darknet is used for, how it's related to bitcoin, and what can be done to address the illegal activity that occurs there.
By Leischen Stelter
Police officers are expected to play a role in the fight against terrorism, but are they being given the right training and tools? Find out about INLETS, the FBI's unique training program where officers can learn from the firsthand experiences of those who have responded to terrorist attacks.
By Erik Kleinsmith
Fake news and propaganda are nothing new, but we all need to make more of an effort to evaluate our media sources. Although we need to be careful when navigating untrustworthy sites, here's why intelligence analysts shouldn't disregard them.
The 2nd Annual Gulf Coast INLETS is now open for registration! With a focus on violent crimes and terrorism trends, the INLETS training conference will cover the most pressing issues facing law enforcement today. Find out more about the presenters, workshops and seminars that will be on offer.
By Faylin Mutch
Collaboration across different agencies has often proven to bolster local government efforts. Learn how a multi-agency approach helped a team of public safety, fire, and public health professionals identify threats to water reclamation plants in an Ohio county.