Storm-Ravaged Houston Opens Water Distribution Centers for 500,000 Residents Without Power

HOUSTON, TEXAS – In the aftermath of severe storms that left behind a trail of destruction, the city of Houston opened new distribution centers on Saturday to provide water to around 500,000 customers still without power. The region is reeling from the impacts of tornadoes and 100 mph straight-line winds that struck with little warning … Read more

Surveillance Centers in Major Cities Blur Line Between Public and Private Security

Los Angeles, California and Washington, D.C. are gearing up to unveil Real-Time Crime Centers later this year, serving as centralized hubs for the integration of law enforcement technology and data. These centers, commonly referred to as “nerve centers,” are revolutionizing the way police leverage public and private surveillance resources to enhance crime-solving capabilities. Real-Time Crime … Read more