Why Facial Recognition Systems Could Rise In Popularity During Coronavirus Pandemic

Security companies are updating their technology to recognize people wearing masks and measure temperatures, showing how facial recognition could become widely sought as a global security solution. By Haley Samsel Security Today Mar 20,…

Attorneys should have a plan for workplace violence

Irrespective of the coronavirus pandemic, attorneys meet daily with their own clients and opposing clients, both virtually and in person.  And that means that they are stepping into the middle of situations which are already highly-charged…

The Quiet Heroism of Police

Amid slowdowns, shutdowns and closures elsewhere, the heroism of law enforcement officers is as strong as ever in the age of coronavirus. With ongoing international concern the over the coronavirus pandemic, the brave professionalism of health…

STS Keynote Speaking Services 3

It was a pleasure to again serve as the keynote speaker at a graduation of a class of the Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy, this one on March 11, 2020.

Leadership in Times of Stress

Today's challenging times require leaders to make a special effort to ensure their own wellbeing and that of their teams.  Those of us who have worked in times of high pressure are aware of the toll a rapidly-changing and stressful situation…

Where to Start with Workplace Violence Prevention: A Needs Assessment and Training

Human Resources and other business leaders are keenly aware of their responsibility under the General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act to furnish to each of their employees a workplace that is free from recognized hazards…

The Case for Situational Awareness

Knife attacks are relatively rare in the United States, and are seen more frequently in Europe and Asia.  Situational Awareness, or the intentional and consistent practice of being alert to one's surroundings, is important in quickly and properly…

STS NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW

STS Principal Jonathan Lacey was interviewed at a gathering of editors and reporters at the New York Times National Desk.  He spoke of his experiences in the FBI and of the problem of mass shootings.   Jonathan Lacey - New York Times…

STS Keynote Speaking Services 2

Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy Graduates 64th Class NU News, May 11, 2017 The Niagara County Law Enforcement Academy graduated its 64th class during a ceremony held May 10 at Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum. FBI Special…

STS Expert Opinion – International Crime Prevention – Jamaica

STS Expert Opinion - International Crime Prevention - Jamaica