Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Panel Discussion)
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Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Panel Discussion)

Following opening remarks by U.S. Attorney Robert J. Higdon, Jr. and Rabbi Harley Karz-Wagman, and presentations on “Law Enforcement Support to Protecting Houses of Worship,” the public seminar on “Protecting Houses of Worship” sponsored by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina concluded with “Local Area Houses of Worship Discuss Security.” … Continue reading

Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Law Enforcement Support)
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Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Law Enforcement Support)

The public seminar on “Protecting Houses of Worship” sponsored by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina was composed of two main sessions: “Law Enforcement Support to Protecting Houses of Worship” and “Local Area Houses of Worship Discuss Security.” The first presenter in the first session was Greenville Police Sergeant Mike … Continue reading

Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Opening Remarks)
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Protecting Houses of Worship Seminar by U.S. Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of NC (Opening Remarks)

On November 15, 2018, less than a month after the mass murder of 11 worshipers at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina held a public seminar on “Protecting Houses of Worship.” Sadly, the seminar was not scheduled in response to this … Continue reading

Occupational Licensing of Civilian Firearms Instructors?
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Occupational Licensing of Civilian Firearms Instructors?

In my ongoing consideration of the rise of the civilian gun training industry, my last two posts considered the possibility of the professionalization – or at least the semi-professionalism – of firearms instructors as an occupational group. As the path of professionalization seems unlikely, at least in the short run, other ways of regulating or … Continue reading