An off-duty Allied Universal security guard, Phillip Blanks, caught a three-year-old child who was dropped from a burning apartment in Phoenix last week. As smoke and flames engulfed the apartment, Blanks saw what was happening and ran towards the building. Cellphone video shows Blanks running toward the building, where the third story apartment was engulfed. A woman believed to be the child’s mother desperately dropped him off the third-floor balcony.
Guards at Smith State Prison didn’t try to stop troubled inmate Richard Tavera from hanging himself until four had assembled outside his cell, videos obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution show. By then, more than seven minutes had passed since the first report Tavera was attempting suicide, and nothing could be done to save his life, the videos show.
Knightscope, Inc., developer of advanced autonomous physical security technologies focused on significantly enhancing US security operations, announced the results of its investigation regarding K5 MIN42 (aka “STEVE”) incident on July 17, 2017 at a Washington, DC, office building.
Patriot eagerly anticipates welcoming Tom Ridge, First Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and former Governor of Pennsylvania as keynote speaker at an invitation-only hosted event to formally introduce its NForce CMR1000 product during the IACP Conference. Limited space is available and Patriot requires certain criteria for attendance.
When attorneys said in court recently that phone calls between lawyers and inmates at Leavenworth Detention Center had been recorded and obtained by federal prosecutors, the development was just the latest revelation in what a United States public defender says was a systemic violation of constitutional rights.
A Lawton, MI, farmer caught several thieves on camera stealing food and cash from his fresh produce stand, which uses the honor system and locked cash box, on M-40. Farmer Andrew Nesbitt posts surveillance videos from his stand’s trail cameras onto Facebook, which led Michigan State Police to identifying at these two suspects. One recent video shows a woman who blatantly loaded up her car with produce, including butternut squash, several bags of corn, and a basket full of peppers. Nesbitt said she allegedly stole the food before 11 A.M. on Sept. 2, then by 7 P.M. the same day she returned everything but the peppers to the produced stand.
It’s been one month since tornadoes tore through the small town of Pilger Nebraska. When a Farmers Co-Op recovered its computers from the rubble, no one expected to find anything that worked. However, the security camera hard drives survived, showing an insane view of the storm and the moment it hit. It’s likely some of […]
OLYMPIA, Washington — The Washington State Patrol on Friday released security video from the governor’s office that shows two women who are accused of breaking into Gov. Jay Inslee’s private office at the state Capitol walking through the lobby and taking items. A portion of the video, released after a public records request by The […]
A part-time school security guard in Texas was caught on camera breaking a male student’s arm while stopping a fight last month. Officer Stephen Rivers, of the Beaumont School District Police, worked at West Brook High School in Beaumont. On cell phone footage taken March 7, Rivers can be seen snapping a teen’s arm while […]
A close call between a house and a FedEx delivery van was caught on a surveillance camera recently. The video has now gone viral. The driver allegedly forgets to put the van into park and it rolls backwards down a declining street. Somehow, the van narrowly avoids hitting a tree and a house as it […]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRCmgzsmqKM Watch as the incredibly powerful 8.2 earthquake in northern Chile absolutely rocks the patrons of a restaurant/bar. The unbelievable raw footage is from the restaurant’s security camera.
It’s one thing reading about and seeing pictures of the passenger train that crashed through its end of the line barrier at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport earlier this week. And another when you actually watch it happen through a security camera video. Of course, being there and seeing it with your own two eyes takes […]
A new footage has emerged of the shocking explosion this week that killed eight people, injured dozens more and leveled two Manhattan buildings. Surveillance video released by the New York Fire Department shows the harrowing moment the Harlem blast blew out windows, showered debris onto the street and almost seriously injured a passerby. This must have been even more terrifying for the walker passing by! OMG, I don’t know if I would have had the same excellent reaction: stay calm and protect my head! Too bad there are no sound records! Can you imagine? Glass, breaking steal, and screams! An explosive mix!
One Reservoir Corporate Centre 4 Research Drive, Suite 402 Shelton, CT 06484 Phone: (203) 242-3076 Website: http://www.nxt-id.com Find us on: Gino Pereira CEO, CFO David Tunnell CTO . Retail Product Release is Very Soon! . Shares Outstanding 21,440,600 a/o Aug 14, 2013 Float 1,380,600 a/o Aug 14, 2013 Authorized Shares 100,000,000 a/o Aug 14, 2013 . CIK 0001566826 Fiscal Year End 12/31 Incorporated In: DE, USA We are an early stage technology company that is focused on developing and marketing products, solutions, and services for organizations that have a need for biometric secure access control. We have three distinct lines of business that we believe will form our company: law enforcement, m-commerce, and biometric access control applications. Our initial efforts are focused on our secure products offering for the growing m-commerce market, most immediately a secure mobile electronic wallet. We believe that this constitutes unique technology because it takes a very different approach relative to the current offerings: instead of replacing the wallet through a smartphone, our aim is to improve it. We believe that our Wocket™ will reduce the number of cards to be carried in a consumer’s wallet while supporting virtually every payment method currently available at Point-of-Sale (POS) at retailers around the world including magnetic stripe, EMV/NFC and barcode all within a secure biometric vault. The world of wallets is about to change. New exciting technologies are making payments easier than ever. However, many credit card holders either do not possess a smartphone […]
SAN ANTONIO – A South Side homeowner’s video surveillance cameras were rolling earlier this month when a burglar used a sledgehammer to break into his home in broad daylight. The crime happened around 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 11, near Loop 410 and Roosevelt Avenue. The burglar used brute force to make entry into Amadeo Patterson’s home. "He uses a sledge hammer and within seven or eight seconds he’s inside the house," Patterson said. Patterson’s eight video cameras were rolling as the burglar grabbed whatever he could get his hands on. "He took a compound bow, two laptops, a Samsung touch-screen device, a whole bunch of jewelry and just a whole bunch of little stuff like that," Patterson said. Patterson has lived in the home since he was 8-years-old and this was 14th time he had been burglarized. Weeks before the most recent break-in, Patterson said another person got in through a window when the burglar bars were removed as the house was being painted. "They came through our bedroom window and broke out the window," Patterson said. "They weren’t able to get in because of our headboard so I guess since he couldn’t get in he took our push mower instead." Fed up with the crime Patterson installed the surveillance cameras, but even they didn’t scare off the mid-day burglar. "He’s looking at the cameras he knows they’re there but apparently he don’t give a crap," Patterson said. "Unbelievable." Patterson said his neighbors have also been targeted. He’s now […]
PASADENA, Calif. — Dry weather and high temperatures likely combined to draw out a California black bear from the Angeles National Forest this week and in one case onto the front porch of a Pasadena home, according to wildlife experts. “It must be so dry up there and it’s hot and now he’s looking for something to eat,” said Ricky Whitman, a spokeswoman for the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. “Closer to where there’s garbage and where the people are is something that would lure them down.” The drought affecting Southern California has dried up the vegetation that the bears would normally feast on, said Whitman. A bear wandered Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours between homes near the Eaton Canyon Park Golf Course close to Old House Road and Sierra Madre Villa Avenue. Police and California Department of Fish and Wildlife wardens were on scene, according to reports. Janice Mackey a spokeswoman for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, said the bear made it back into the forest unassisted. A Scottish couple visiting family in Pasadena had a close encounter Tuesday with a California black bear, which was captured on security cameras installed outside the home. The footage showed the couple coming out of the home without noticing the bear, which was lurking a few feet away on the front porch. The bear followed the couple off of the porch and out of the view of the camera. Bobby McKeown said he felt something at his […]