With large homeless encampments presenting an increased risk to both public safety and public health in cities like Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Seattle and Fort Lauderdale; is a return to “Broken Windows” policing necessary to provide the first step toward intervention in getting homeless addicts into a diversionary treatment program that gets them off the streets? John Cardillo and I discuss it in an interview on The Rebel.
View the interview here: Addressing Opioids & Homeless Encampments: A. Benjamin Mannes on The Rebel TV
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Despite a persistent threat and great courses like the CAT Eyes Program & “Run, Hide, Fight“, there still is no standardized effort to train citizens on terrorism and what they should do if an attack were to occur. If your local law enforcement agency, school or workplace hasn’t trained you in what to do; ask them to immediately!
In the meantime, this piece examines what can be done to try and make Americans more vigilant and mentally prepared for what may occur.
Click here to read the full story in The Hill.
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Tagged A. Benjamin Mannes, Airport, Ariel Benjamin Mannes, Ariel Mannes, Ben Mannes, crime prevention, Esteban Santiago, Fort Lauderdale, law enforcement, police, public safety, security, shooting, terrorism, The Hill