DHS S&T is seeking white papers from industry, academia, laboratories, and the innovation community for research and development into 10 new first responder technology funding opportunities.
On May 12, 2021 at two o’ clock in the afternoon, the Department honored our DHS working animals and their handlers at the DHS Working Animal Tribute Wall Dedication Ceremony at DHS Headquarters, St. Elizabeths Campus, Washington, DC.
S&T is taking the lead in studying high-stress law enforcement interactions with the aim of developing best practices.
The U.S Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with support from George Mason University and the Homeland Security Systems Engineering and Development Institute (HSSEDI), recently concluded a two-week Use of Force Simulation Experiment (SIMEX) to examine law enforcement use of force and inform best practices for 21st century policing.
Fixed-position direct radiation environmental monitoring systems are capable of continuous, unattended outdoor operation and of providing real-time measurements of the external gamma radiation exposure rate ranging from natural background to emergency levels.
DHS S&T awarded $775,000 to the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health to conduct research and evaluate the impact of the Department’s Blue Campaign.
DHS S&T is conducting research to learn more about these interactions, with a focus on de-escalation methods.
Law enforcement officials may encounter a potential victim of human trafficking during the course of their duties – during domestic disturbance calls; when responding to incidents at massage parlors, bars, and strip clubs; or even during routine traffic stops.
S&T is engaging in a new initiative to assess and analyze the risks and problems associated with preventable law enforcement distracted driving incidents.
Reversing course is no way forward. Decriminalizing illegal entry, stopping the deportation of criminal aliens, resuming catch and release, returning to a broken asylum system, dismantling the wall, walking away from landmark international agreements, and putting foreign workers first in line for American jobs is not the way to secure the Homeland. These are not just bad policies, they are dangerous.