Mass Conditioning for the Police State: Terror Drills Abound (notice the ongoing use of teens and high schoolers in these drills)
U.S. Carries Out Terror Drill in Arizona
High school drama students played injured and dead victims, complete with makeup depicting burns and other injuries, as several more explosions detonated. A mock toxic gas also was released.
State Holds Terrorism Drill at Port Newark, New Jersey
It was the culmination of a year-and-a-half of planning and one of New Jersey's largest disaster drills ever. More than 600 Federal, State and local emergency responders practiced at Port Newark, in case there is another terrorist attack. And the memory of 9/11 was very fresh in everyone's minds
Public safety agencies take part in 'perfect' terrorism drill
In what they openly admitted was a "perfect" exercise designed to measure their responsiveness, 23 agencies descended upon a south Fairfield business and manufacturing park shortly after 5 p.m. to deal with a train derailment that saw two giant rail cars violently crash into two city buses - one carrying a group of teenage students, the other commuters
Terrorism Drill at Farmingdale State
Using a scripted bomb scare in Farmingdale and small-group discussions in Carle Place on Friday, they gathered from throughout Long Island and the state to strategize counter terrorism tactics.
Emergency dial system is starting in January
Firefighters and law enforcement officers can direct residents to leave their homes, stay inside or shut down their air handlers through the phone messages.
Criminals to be tagged
The scheme will see as many as 16,000 criminals who are allowed out of jail each year before the end of their sentences kept under electronic surveillance to enforce curfews and limits on travelling.
British parents set to lose right to smack children
Parents' right to smack their children would finally be abolished under a historic attempt to outlaw physical punishment within the home.
A life turns upside down in post-9/11 FBI raid
Critics say Terry Hughes is another victim of a post-Sept. 11, post-Patriot Act reality, where law enforcement arrests first and asks questions later.
Seat belt laws draw criticism
A private safety group estimates that more than 12,000 people died from 1995 through 2002 because their states lacked laws that allow police to ticket motorists solely for failing to buckle up.
Answers elusive in school raid
Probe under way into drug sweep in Goose Creek where police drew guns, restrained students