Posts Tagged ‘zeroeyes’

We just posted the seventh episode of our Threat & Fraud podcast. We finalized our outline for the episode on Wednesday and made arrangements to record the episode on Thursday morning. When the time came to record the episode, the statistics we had compiled on 2019 mass shootings were already obsolete: Three more people had […]

In the United States, mass shootings are increasing at an alarming rate. In this episode, Stan and Earl discuss the trends, venues, and behaviors underlying this unfortunate societal phenomenon – and how technology can be applied to provide early warning against firearms-related threats. Links to content discussed in this episode: Gun Violence Archive:  gunviolencearchive.org AJPH […]

A few months ago, Jimmy Kimmel complained that “nobody’s doing anything” to address the problems of mass shootings and guns in our schools.   I don’t believe that’s completely accurate. There are plenty of people trying to address these problems, but practical solutions often get assigned a political label and are never given serious consideration in […]

Most high schools and universities have installed video surveillance systems. Are cameras making a positive impact on school safety? Stan and Earl share feedback from school administrators and discuss the benefits and risks associated with surveillance in our schools.

Unfortunately, we see far too many headlines reporting firearms-related violence and mass shootings at our schools, workplaces, entertainment venues and houses of worship. Our politicians have been debating solutions for decades, yet the frequency and severity of mass shootings continues to increase. No matter where you stand on the political spectrum or gun debate, it’s […]