Explosives & Weapons

  Posted on: Sunday, November 25, 2018
PERSPECTIVE: 3 Keys to Hardening Concerts, Event Venues Against Inevitable Attack Attempts
Homeland Security Today
Plots against concerts and special events will continue to occur at the hands of the full spectrum of lone offenders/homegrown violent extremists and terrorist groups. Based on some of their past attacks, motivations, intentions, and capabilities, some might succeed. It is only a matter of how well security professionals mitigate against these attacks.

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Explosives:
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11/25/18   PERSPECTIVE: 3 Keys to Hardening Concerts, Event Venues Against Inevitable Attack Attempts
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10/24/18   INFOGRAPHIC: How to Spot a Suspicious Package and What to Do Next
8/10/18   Vegas man gets prison in weapons of mass destruction case
8/9/18   Alleged Venezuelan Assassination Attempt Underscores Domestic Problem of Weaponized Drones
8/8/18   High- and low-tech solutions for bomb disposal
7/12/18   Judge finds man accused of mailing explosives incompetent
6/22/18   Israel deploys tracking system to fight incendiary balloons and kites
6/21/18   Vegas man pleads guilty in weapons of mass destruction case
5/25/18   Canadian police seek 2 after bomb wounds 15 at restaurant
5/24/18   California Man Indicted in Hoax Bomb Threats to FCC and FBI Headquarters
5/24/18   Man acquitted of bomb threat at St. Louis Planned Parenthood
5/14/18   3D printing of weapons: A threat to global, national, and personal security
5/14/18   Countering drones in urban environments
4/27/18   Police: Explosive device found at Starbucks in Texas
4/26/18   Militia leader pleads guilty in attempted cabin explosion
4/19/18   Understanding explosive sensitivity with molecule design
4/11/18   Judge: Evaluation for man charged with mailing explosives
4/10/18   25 years urged for buyer of rifles used in terror attack
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