WRITERS

(2013,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

In this final installment of our series, we look at proposed courses of action to reduce the impact of illicit products.

(2012,
issue 4)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

In the murky world of criminal behavior and clandestine side-deals, the illicit tobacco trade remains a complex problem.

(2012,
issue 4)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

The illicit trade of tobacco is a global multi-billion dollar criminal market that some believe is fueled by the good intentions of health groups that advocate measures such as higher taxes and plain packaging.

(2012,
issue 4)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

This second article examines ­environmental factors of the illicit tobacco market, looking at illicit trade along Canada’s tobacco roads.

(2012,
issue 4)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

In this final installment of our three-part series, we will be looking at proposed courses of action to reduce the scope and impact of illicit tobacco products in Canada.

(2012,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

What do we really know about the volume of illicit tobacco trade other than low risk and high profits? Not much.

(2012,
issue 2)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

The illicit trade of tobacco is a global multi-billion dollar criminal market that some believe is fueled by the good intentions. read more >>

(2012,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Interoperability is the glue that will bind effective and efficient pubic safety response operations in the future.

(2012,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

The Strategy for a National EMS Culture of Safety asserts that "Emergency medical service (EMS) provider organizations nationwide potentially expose patients, practitioners and members of the public to preventable risk of serious harm, in contrast with advances in safety practices that have been broadly implemented in many other healthcare settings in recent years."

(2011,
issue 4)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

A wildfire eventually engulfed the town of Slave Lake, leaving approximately 730 people homeless.

(2011,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

National security is threatened where political spies operate.

(2011,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

ISACA is an international organization offering tools, training, and networking to IT based organizations.

(2011,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

CADSI holds Ottawa's largest multi-jurisdictional security conference.

(2011,
issue 2)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Port security involves fundamental principles for staying safe from either natural disruptions or actions by criminals and terrorists.

(2011,
issue 2)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Port Security is examined in a situation where a port master shares his perspective with local law enforcement to provide a coordinated port security system.

(2011,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Responders require undisrupted access to sufficient broadband spectrum.

(2011,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

The Chief of the FCC, U.S. Bureau of Public Safety and Homeland Security, discusses 700MHz bandwidth.

(2011,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Leadership challenges and key issues of importance to the police and public.

(2010,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

We need to focus more on public safety networks.

(2010,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Advancing technology integration for emergency response during disasters.

(2010,
issue 2)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Annual fraud loss is estimated at 5% and small business are disproportionately victimized.

(2010,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Attorney General Alison Redford on Alberta's enthusiastic approach to public safety wherein the community does not tolerate criminal activity.

(2010,
issue 1)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Sharing and collaborating for security.

(2009,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

A devastating blast from Mother Nature provided the busy community of Barrie with a ''preparedness'' wakeup call, and now the city can take pride in a comprehensive emergency plan.

(2009,
issue 3)
BY EDWARD R. MYERS [field_writer2]

Such a partnership must be based on a model where all participants - governments at all levels, industry, and local officials such as First Responders - engage in making communications safe.