Below is a small portion of the original article. What needs to be pointed out is that the suspended officers are the Quartzsite “10″ which is 9 police officers and one police employee. The police employee is in charge of the front desk as well
The so-called “biometric” technology, which seems to take a page from TV shows like “MI-5″ or “CSI,” could improve speed and accuracy in some routine police work in the field. However, its use has set off alarms with some who are concerned abou
Dozens of police departments nationwide are gearing up to use a tech company's already controversial iris- and facial-scanning device that slides over an iPhone and helps identify a person could improve speed and accuracy in routine police work
Police in Mesa Arizona yesterday tested a new model of Tazer, the Tazer C2, that will Fall a 200 lbs Man Like a Tree (Video).
A controversial piece of facial recognition technology (and a PopSci “Best of What’s New 2010” alum) is rolling out in police stations across the country this fall, and naturally not everyone is happy about it. The Mobile Offender Recognition and Ide
Quartzsite's bitter political feud continues
In the ancient world a conqueror would make the conquered use money with their new ruler’s face (a living ruler was preferred to a dead one.) This was a symbol and constant reminder of the ruler’s domination of his subjects.
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When three girls in Midway, Georgia set up their lemonade stand, they intended to raise enough money to go to the water park. But the ever-vigilant local police quickly identified the girls’ effort as criminal enterprise and shut them down.
After viewing many local people’s blogs, comments, videos and recent interviews on July 12th 2011 an outsider can see this town is dealing with bad politic and abuse of power.
LOCAL NEWS YOU CAN ACTUALLY USE - SERVING QUARTZSITE AND LA PAZ COUNTY ... videos galoreEntered By: Powell Gammill
U.S. law-enforcement agencies are increasingly obtaining warrants to search Facebook, often gaining detailed access to users' accounts without their knowledge. Since 2008, federal judges have authorized at least 24 warrants to search individuals'
Law enforcement representatives are planning to endorse a proposed federal law that would require Internet service providers to store logs about their customers for 18 months. The National Sheriffs' Association "strongly supports" mandatory data rete
Mr. Babeu says his deputies will start using the gadget try to identify people they stop who aren’t carrying other identification. (In Arizona, police can arrest people not carrying valid photo ID.) Mr. Babeu says it also will be used to verify...
ABC gives Taft creedence she doesn't deserve - BUT - they actually conversed with the AG's office (!!!) who will investigate, but don't expect much this time either...
A video posted on YouTube shows council members interrupting her and asking her to leave or be escorted out. Since it went public, Mayor Foster has been ousted and Quartzsite Police Chief Jeff Gilbert has taken control of the town.
"We have advised you not of only policy violations, but criminal violations against citizens as well. We have notified you that we have a vote of "No Confidence" in his leadership."
Can you imagine being trapped inside your home country, unable to leave? It may be closer to a reality than you realize. I’ll tell you a quick story to explain.
Alex continues his conversation with Jennifer Jones, the Arizona woman who was arrested for daring to speak her mind during a city hall meeting in the town of Quartzsite.
On July 19 at midnight photo radar cameras along busy Tempe roads and intersections will be shut off and many residents are looking forward to it.
Concerted efforts of the FBI and DHS to build a massive database of personal and biometric information called “Next Generation Identification," has been in the works for years now. The FBI has taken advantage of the DHS Secure Communities program
Quartzsite Town Council Training from The League of Cities 6 of 7 10/14/2010
Ed Foster - Mayor of Quartzite In Studio for 2 hours - Government cannot be fixed... even from the inside / Barry Hess - In Studio
"I called the FBI in Washington, D.C., and the guy just laughed at me and asked, 'Ma'am, how come I haven't seen this on the news?'"
The widening use of militarized police units effectively nullifies the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, which prohibits the use of the armed forces for civilian policing. City police forces have in the last few decades amassed small strike forces...
It’s rumored that Google plans on acquiring the San Francisco based loyalty card service called Punchd Labs Inc., or Punchd. The move by the search engine giant is most likely an attempt to bolster their NFC payment system Google Wallet.
Rather than a specific initiative to deport known criminals, this is looking more and more like a sweeping move toward a Big Brother total surveillance grid.