Saranac Lake Police Officer Thomas Lauzon, right, shakes hands with Don Kamin, director of the Institute for Policing, Mental Health and Community Collaboration, after graduating from crisis training mental health program that Kamin and Cheektowaga Police Chief Brain Gould ran this week. (Business photo – Aaron Cerbone) PAUL SMITHS –
Since the financial crisis of 2008, the participation in the labor market of young men has increasingly declined. Men under 25 began to study longer, and men aged 25 to 44 experienced various setbacks in the aftermath of the financial crisis, the central planning office CPB said. Since 2008, more
Since 2015, when he started having financial problems, the Cultura Bookstore tried everything to survive. He even took over the operation of Fnac – receiving BRL 130 million in the process -, bought and sold the Virtual Bookshelf site, filed for bankruptcy, closed stores and renegotiated disputes with publishers. Under
India’s economy is on track for a “fairly steady and sustainable recovery” as the chances of another major Covid outbreak have diminished thanks to the country’s vaccination campaign, Finance Secretary TV Somanathan said in a report. interview. He also ruled out any significant impact of the ongoing energy crisis on
MECOSTA COUNTY – A collaboration between Mecosta and Osceola County Sheriff’s Departments and Meceola Central Expedition plans provide critical crisis training to first responders in the region. The Mecosta County Council of Commissioners authorized the submission of a grant application to the Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority’s Risk Avoidance Program
HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) – China’s central bank increased its gross injection of short-term liquidity into the financial system after concerns over the China Evergrande group debt crisis rocked global markets. The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) injected 120 billion yuan (S $ 25 billion) into the banking system through repurchase
Modern technology, the internet and social media have been a catalyst for major changes in defense and security. In addition to fighting on the ground, armies and governments must also win the battle of hearts and minds. It becomes increasingly difficult as adversaries employ more complex tactics to spread disinformation.
In a year that highlighted the essential role of emergency management professionals, 15 students from Georgetown’s Masters in Emergency and Disaster Management (MEI) program were recognized at a closing ceremony Virtual. The MEI degree, which is offered by the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) at Georgetown University in Washington, DC,