TONY SCHIENA To Speak at the National Sheriff’s Conference in Texas

Tony Schiena will be the guest speaker this year at the National Sheriff’s Conference in Texas. Please view the link below to see the trailer for this great conference. Tony Schiena is a man of diverse experience and accomplishment. He has an extensive experience in the security industry and has been operational in various capacities […]

West Virginia Moose mid-winter conference Honor West Virginia Trooper, Corporal Loudin

  Corporal Loudin of the West Virginia State Police was the horned guest at the mid-winter Moose Conference hosted by Jim Hale. Corporal Loudin was shot multiple times by a child predator suspect when he went to retrieve evidence related to a case. Fortunately Corporal Loudin was able to retreat to his vehicle but not […]

Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Featured by NRA

Bedford Co., VA – A combat veteran comes to Bedford County and gets in the trenches with those who work to protect children. J.R. Salzman is a wounded warrior who lost part of his right arm in Iraq. He now works as a freelance journalist. Salzman toured the Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task […]

Sheriff’s Office receives new technology to assist in missing children searches

NEWARK — The Licking County Sheriff’s Office has received a new digital identification system intended to help parents provide law enforcement with important information should a child go missing. Newark Moose Lodge 499 and the Safe Surfin’ Foundation donated the computerized EZ Child ID system to the department in February. The device allows deputies to […]

Jacksonville Florida Police Department Receives Cop In A Box

Local Law EnforcementGets Help Arresting Child Predators on the Internet. On February 4, 2014, at 10:00 A.M., the Jacksonville Beach Police Department hosted a press conference where the Jacksonville Beach Moose Lodge #1558 made their presentation of a “Cop-In-A-Box” unit to our Agency. The “Cop-in-a-Box” program was created in an effort to offer Law Enforcement […]

Wounded vets in new battle rescuing exploited children

Wounded vets in new battle rescuing exploited children WASHINGTON – An elite team of U.S. military professionals will soon be taking to a new battlefield with an urgent mission: to locate and rescue American children from sexual abuse and human trafficking. The first 17 members of the H.E.R.O. Child-Rescue Corps are now undergoing intensive training […]

VA Attorney General Mark Herring and Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran Kick off distribution of Ballistic Vest Grant Program with Sheriff Mike Brown

VA Attorney General Mark Herring with Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran KICK OFF DISTRIBUTION OF BALLISTIC VEST GRANT PROGRAM Sheriff Mike Brown, Secretary Moran and General Herring will present 100 Level IIIA Ballistic vests to 12 law enforcement agencies from across the state, on February 27, 2014. This is the first phase of the […]

NRA to Feature Bedford County Sheriff Vest Program

A crew from the NRA Life of Duty channel was at the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office Thursday getting video of a ballistic vest presentation. Sheriff Mike Brown met with NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre last week. When Brown told LaPierre about the ‘Protect the Protectors’ program, LaPierre wanted to feature it on the online […]

West Columbia, Texas receives a computer to prevent Internet crimes

WC receives a computer to prevent Internet crimes   Posted: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 2:00 am By KELLIE McKNIGHT | 0 comments WEST COLUMBIA — The West Columbia Police Department is the first department in Texas to receive a donated computer designed to prevent Internet crimes against children. The Texas Moose Association donated the […]

First 19 Members of the H.E.R.O. Corps Undergo Intensive Training

The first 19 members of the H.E.R.O. Corps were ready to undergo intensive training for their next assignment as online investigators protecting children. However, when the sequestration caused a cut in the funding there was no way to buy the necessary computer equipment for them to operate. Sheriff Brown and the Safe Surfin’ Foundation were […]