Looking to Tomorrow
- CCTV installation leads to 3 arrests, property recovery. // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug98, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p38
Looks at the University of South Carolina's Law Enforcement and Safety Division's installation of CCTV cameras to prevent theft in the facility. Number of arrests and total amount of property recovered by the division; Overview on how the division apprehended the guilty parties.
- Feds eye more surveillance. Jones, Jennifer // InfoWorld;10/1/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 40, p24
Focuses on the issue of privacy rights regarding the increase of surveillance by the United States federal government in line with its war against terrorism. Changes in privacy protection after the terrorist attacks in the U.S. on September 11, 2001; Actions taken by the Privacy Council;...
- Disaster planning in a health sciences library: a grant-funded approach. Yeh, Felicia; McMullen, Karen D.; Kane, Laura T. // Journal of the Medical Library Association;Jul2010, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p259
The article presents discussion of the development of a crisis management plan by the University of South Carolina's School of Medicine (SOM) along with commentary evaluating its effectiveness as a model for other schools and institutions. Introductory details are given noting the importance and...
- Tracking death. // Industrial Engineer: IE;Mar2009, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p17
The article discusses the advantage of using a natural hazard mortality map among emergency response workers and contingency planning experts in the U.S. Geographers Susan Cutter and Kevin Borden from the University of South Carolina utilized nationwide data dating back to 1970. Cutter explains...
- Spying on Terrorists: Germany in Comparative Perspective. McAdams, A. James // German Politics & Society;Autumn2007, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p70
Intelligence and law enforcement agencies in western democracies are turning increasingly to electronic surveillance tools in their efforts to identify and combat new terrorist threats. But this does not mean that they are equally equipped to undertake these measures. As the author shows by...
- THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE. Sehgal, Cassidy // Texas Review of Law & Politics;Fall99, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p77
Provides information on electronic surveillance in law enforcement used by the U.S. government. Disadvantages of a weak encryption technology; Argument used by the government to limit the availability of encryption; Role of the federal agencies in fighting terrorism; Effect of surveillance...
- Advisory offered on Patriot Act. C.B. // eWeek;12/10/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p54
Focuses on the advisory to service provider clients covering pen register authority in the United States. Provision of section 216 of the Patriot Act; Authority awarded to federal law enforcement agencies; Role of service providers in electronic surveillance efforts.
- Smile, you're on police camera. Waddell, Lynn // Christian Science Monitor;7/10/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 157, p2
States that surveillance software called FaceIt, which identifies video images, is a breakthrough in law enforcement, but is criticized as a threat to personal liberty in Tampa, Florida.
- Reinventing the role of teacher: Teacher as researcher. Flake, Carol L.; Kuhs, Therese // Phi Delta Kappan;Jan95, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p405
Describes a program at the University of South Carolina, Columbia that helps teacher interns become researcher and take control of their own classrooms and professional lives in ways confounding the traditional definition of teacher. Master of Arts in Teaching program; Presentation of an...