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Protecting Churches: Options to Enhance Security

By Joshua L. Adams

Religious meeting places have long been considered sacred and solemn locations where no one would dare bring a firearm, let alone kill someone. This common societal norm is fading, however, in the wake of attacks on churches and mosques, where attackers have entered with the intent of killing as many people as they can. Here are security considerations for churches and places of worship.

EMTs On The Front Lines in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

By Leischen Stelter

As an emergency medical responder, chances are you have treated victims of human trafficking and child sex-trafficking. At the time, you may not have recognized it, or, if you did suspect something, you may not have known what to do. Here are some things first responders should look for as indicators of a trafficked person and how they should communicate with law enforcement.