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ESSA Grants Could Fund K-12 Mental-Health Support – Education Week

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Supreme Court Grants Stay to Va. School Board in Transgender Bathroom Case

The justices’s 5-3 vote means the district will not have to allow a transgender student to use the restroom of his choice in September.

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20 Arkansas workforce programs get more than $15M in grants – Education Week

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Hinsdale man’s sentencing postponed after judge grants request for new legal counsel

A nearly hour-long hearing on the admissibility of evidence in a convicted sex offender’s sentencing proved fruitless Tuesday when the man asked for and was granted new legal counsel.

Judge John C. Kissinger Jr. ruled after a closed-court session with Richard Waite, 49, of Hinsdale and Waite’s attorney Matthew E. Hill that there’d been “a fundamental breakdown of the attorney-client relationship.”

As a result, Kissinger said a hearing on a pending defense motion could not continue with testimony from Hinsdale Police Chief Todd A. Faulkner and Mark J. Myrdek, a criminal investigator for the state.

Tuesday’s hearing was held in Cheshire County Superior Court in Keene in preparation for Waite’s sentencing Nov.

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While crime fighting tech costly, grants cover Danville expenses

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The evolution of technology has played a pivotal role in law enforcement advancements. Danville Police Chief Philip Broadfoot recalls the earlier days of his career and remembers having to make copies of forms in triplicate to ensure everyone who needed a copy got a copy. Information was closely guarded, Broadfoot said, because the ability to make multiple copies easily wasn’t an option. Now, with a few simple key strokes, that information is available to any officers who need it. Vast improvements to the police cars themselves also have been part of that technological evolution. In keeping up with advancements in technology and demands from society, officer-worn body cameras and license plate readers have become necessary. And those necessities aren’t cheap, either. The Danville Police Department has two license plate readers that are fixed to the back of two police cars. The three-camera system scans anything that resembles the shape of a license plate and checks the numbers against a state and local database, explained Maj. Chris Wiles of the Danville Police Department. For a car system, Wiles said the cost of a license plate reader system — cameras, computer control unit, in-car systems and software — is $15,000 to $18,000. […]

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Motorola Solutions Foundation accepting applications for grants to improve public safety – National Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – Schaumburg, IL-based Motorola Solutions Foundation, the charitable arm of Motorola Solutions, is now accepting applications for grants to support education and training programs improving public sa…

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Sprint supports Atlanta with $50,000 in grants to CFY-Atlanta, HealthMPowers and the Southeastern Horticultural Society

(BUSINESS WIRE)–December 11, 2013– Sprint (NYSE: S) recently announced the 2013 recipients of its Atlanta Local Giving Program. In total, three area non-profit organizations were awarded grants as part of this signature community-support program. The Atlanta Local Giving Program awarded Sprint grants totaling $50,000 to area non-profits that support the Sprint Project Connect focus area of Internet […] View full post on Gregory d. evans