Nearly 90% of law enforcement officials nationwide said data analysis and intelligence-led tactics can significantly boost their agency's effectiveness, according to a new survey.
Sworn or authorized first responders who are full-time employees of local, state or federal agencies may qualify for a special undergraduate tuition rate of $250 per credit hour or a 10% tuition discount on graduate courses.
Hundreds of Florida Tech graduates will receive their diplomas during Fall 2015 Commencement ceremonies Dec. 12, including many students who earned their degrees 100% online.
The U.S. Surgeon General has launched a new campaign to promote physical activity and walkable communities as a way to improve the nation's health and well-being.
New statistics from Airports Council International show Hartsfield-Jackson International in Atlanta was the world’s busiest airport with 96 million passengers in 2014. Hong Kong topped the list of airports by cargo traffic.
As companies seek to bolster their accounting and finance teams following the Great Recession, average starting salaries are expected to jump by 4.7% in 2016, according to a new survey by a global staffing firm.
The information technology research and consulting company Gartner Inc. projects that spending on information security worldwide will increase by 4.7% this year compared with 2014.
Law enforcement officers across the United States made more than 11 million arrests in 2014, including 1.6 million arrests related to drug offenses, according to statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded contracts to private-sector companies as part of its Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions, and Noise (CLEEN) program.
An annual Gallup poll finds that 35% of Americans have a positive opinion of the airline industry compared to 32% who hold a negative view.