Joan Stoykovich Nelson

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As technology advances, so do the techniques cybercriminals use to gain access to our computer networks. Law enforcement officials have seen firsthand how digitalization has changed our communities. Below find resources and materials to help combat cybercrime and spread cybersecurity awareness in your community.

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 Parents today are confronted with an entirely new set of safety concerns for their children – online threats. Children are exposed to the Internet at a very young age. Some tablets are designed specifically for kids as young as two years old and some children in elementary school have their own smartphones. Almost from infancy, the Internet touches their lives on a daily basis.

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TPD: Crack Cocaine, $60K In Cash Among Things Confiscated In Tulsa Motel Raid 

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The Tulsa Police Department has released a list of what its special investigation officers and FBI agents recovered at a local motel after serving a federal search warrant Thursday evening.

Police and FBI agents descended on the Tonight Inn & Suites at 8833 East Admiral Place at about 8 p.m. The department used its special operations team to help clear and search each of the motel's 23 rooms and offices. 

Police said their search of the motel recovered:

  • Approximately $60,000 in cash 
  • Trafficking amounts of crack cocaine 
  • Distribution quantities of marijuana 
  • An active methamphetamine lab (one-pot method) 
  • A firearm with ammunition
  • Two vehicles for confiscation
  • Drug paraphernalia 
  • methamphetamine (Ice) 
  • Prostitution paraphernalia 

TPD said it made six gang-related arrests. Police said they did not arrest the manager or his wife.

Police said the federal warrant was the result of a long-term joint operation between the department and the FBI, targeting gang members.

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 TULSA POLICE FIND 22 POUNDS OF METH HIDDEN IN CAR 

 TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police confiscated 22 pounds of methamphetamine during a traffic stop on Tuesday. 

Officers working a meth trafficking investigation with the department's special investigation division stopped a car for speeding.  They found the meth hidden inside a compartment above the rear bumper.

Police arrested two people; 35-year-old Felipe Sanchez and 32-year-old Veridzanna Carranco-Hernandez.  

They booked the suspects into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of trafficking in methamphetamine.

Police said they also have confiscated two other vehicles connected to this investigation

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LAW ENFORCEMENT EMBRACES NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO “FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE”

National Cybersecurity Awareness month is in its final days! But throughout the year it is important to remember that cyber crimes are becoming more serious and sophisticated than ever before. As technology becomes more advanced, so do the criminals—and it’s vital that law enforcement agencies continue to adapt to be able to meet the new and often unknown challenges presented by the most sophisticated cyber criminals.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security components such as the United States Secret Service, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Transportation Security Administration, and the U.S. Coast Guard all uphold DHS’s larger law enforcement mission of protecting and defending the Nation against all threats, including cyber crime. Specific cyber crime programs include:

Criminals are not the only ones using technology for their benefit. Many law enforcement agencies are taking advantage of technology to track down cyber criminals. For example, ICE’s Project iGuardian program developed the Operation Predator smartphone app, designed to seek the public's help with fugitive and unknown suspect child predators.

Due to the nature of the Internet and its ability to connect people all across the globe, there is only so much law enforcement officials can do—just as we take measures to protect ourselves physically by locking doors and windows, we need to make sure we are taking meaningful precautions against cyber attacks. As we navigate and become more reliant on the Internet for daily transactions and record keeping, it’s important for us to be cyber secure, cyber safe, and stay out of “bad cyber neighborhoods.” Below are some tips you can use to protect yourself against the threat of cyber crime:

 Protect all devices that connect to the Internet. Along with computers, smart phones, gaming systems, and other web-enabled devices also need protection from viruses and malware.
  • Do business with reputable vendors. Before providing any personal or financial information, make sure that you are interacting with a reputable, established vendor. Attackers may try to trick you by creating malicious websites that appear to be legitimate.
  • Check website security. When banking and shopping, check to be sure the site is security enabled with “https://” or “shttp://”
  • Beware of unsolicited emails or suspicious websites. Never provide your credit card number, bank account information, or other personal information in response to an unsolicited email or on suspicious Internet web sites.
  • Report suspicious activity. Report online fraud to www.ftc.gov. Report suspected child predators to ICE’s toll-free hotline at 1-866-DHS-2ICE, or through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s online tipline at www.cybertipline.com
  • Teach children about online safety. ICE’s Project iGuardian helps kids, teens and parents to be smart about online safety and stay safe from online sexual predators. For more information on how to request an iGuardian presentation at your school or organization or report a crime visit their website here. ICE has also created a smartphone app, Operation Predator App, designed to seek the public’s help with fugitive and unknown suspect child predators.

For all of its advantages, increased connectivity brings increased risk of crime, making cybersecurity one of our country’s most important national security priorities. Recognizing this, the President designated October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, requiring awareness and vigilance from every citizen, community, and country. Throughout National Cyber Security Awareness Month and beyond, take the right steps to protect yourself, your family, and your community from cyber threats.

This week showcases a number events worth checking out, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Third Annual Cybersecurity Summit. This will take place on Tuesday, October 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT in Washington, D.C. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign partner, will host several speakers including Michael Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator for the White House and Phyllis A. Schneck, Ph.D. Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Click here to for the complete agenda and to register.

To learn more about this week’s events and National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2014, visit www.dhs.gov/national-cyber-security-awareness-month-2014. For more cybersecurity tips, visit the Homeland Security Investigation’s Cyber Crimes Center at www.ice.gov/cyber-crimes or the Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign’s website at www.dhs.gov/stopthinkconnect.

Cyber Tip of the Week: Did you know that 56 percent of all people own a smartphone and 80 percent of time spent on a mobile device is inside apps? Protect yourself. Be sure to review and understand the details of an app before installing it and be wary of the information it requests.

                                                                                                                                         

                                                                                                                                         

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FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES AND ENTREPRENEURS

Unlike large corporations, small and medium-sized businesses may not have hundreds of thousands of employees, or generate billions of dollars in revenue. They are, however, integral to our Nation’s economy. Small and medium-sized businesses house sensitive personal data, and proprietary and financial information. They are increasingly becoming targets for cyber criminals, who recognize that they may not have the awareness or resources to protect themselves. The assets required to protect small and medium-sized businesses from cyber risks aren’t as readily available as they are to their larger industry counterparts. As such, these businesses must educate themselves on cybersecurity best practices to protect their assets.

Entrepreneurs also face a unique cyber security threat as their data includes not only personnel data and financial spreadsheets, but valuable intellectual property that could be worth much more than even they realize. Entrepreneurs are recognizing this need and the fact that the cybersecurity field is a burgeoning marketplace. Entrepreneurs start and fail again, (or start, succeed, sell and start again) so should consider cyber security as a marketplace and focus their talents on creating new and affordable cyber solutions.

As part of National Security Awareness Month 2014, DHS and the Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign encourages all small and medium size businesses owners to practice safe Internet use. Take the following steps with your business:

  • Use and regularly update anti-virus and anti-spyware software on all computers; automate patch deployments across your organization to protect against vulnerabilities.
  • Secure your Internet connection by using a firewall, encrypting information and hiding your Wi-Fi network.
  • Establish security practices and policies to protect sensitive information; educate employees about cyber threats and how to protect your organization’s data and hold them accountable to the Internet security policies and procedures.
  • Require that employees use strong passwords and regularly change them.
  • Invest in data loss protection software for your network and use encryption technologies to protect data in transit.
  • Protect all pages on your public-facing websites, not just the checkout and sign-up pages.

These and other tips can be found in small business section of the Stop.Think.Connect. Toolkit. Small and medium-sized businesses can access the following resources to help improve their cybersecurity:

  • Federal Small Biz Cyber Planner, a tool for businesses to create custom cybersecurity plans. Developed in partnership between the Federal Communications Commission, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the National Cyber Security Alliance, and private sector partners, the Small Biz Cyber Planner includes information on cyber insurance, advanced spyware, and how to install protective software.
  • Internet Essentials for Business 2.0 guide for business owners, managers, and employees. Developed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the guide focuses on identifying common online risks, best practices for securing networks and information, and what to do when a cyber incident occurs.
  • Cybersecurity for Small Business training course, offered by the U.S. Small Business Administration, covers the basics of cybersecurity and information security, including the kind of information that needs to be protected, common cyber threats, and cybersecurity best practices.

This week also showcases events you won’t want to miss!

  • There is a free webinar is on October 22nd at 4 PM EST that will explore what privacy means to teens as opposed to adults and offer ideas to help teens better protect themselves online. Click here to learn more!  
  • On Tuesday October 21 and 1 PM EST, the Department of Homeland Security, Capital Factory, University of Texas, and Austin Chamber of Commerce are hosting an event to highlight the cyber risks, best practices, and resources most applicable to small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs for protecting data and intellectual property. You are invited to join this important discussion.
  • What are the leading technological security innovations being developed in “Silicon Hills”? On October 21, Bloomberg Government will convene experts in Austin to highlight the people, schools, start-ups, and corporate heavy-hitters breaking the mold of how we protect our digital, financial, and personal identities. Click here to learn more.

For more information about how to practice good cybersecurity with your business, visit www.dhs.gov/stopthinkconnect.

To learn more about NCSAM 2014, click www.dhs.gov/national-cyber-security-awareness-month.

Cyber Tip of the Week: Criminals will often use high profile incidents to conduct scams such as fake identity theft services or using personal information to pretend to be a legitimate company. Be aware of possible phishing attempts. If you receive an email prompting you to change your account password claiming to be from your email provider, bank, or another website you frequent make sure the email is legitimate. To be safe, go directly to websites to change your password, and type the link yourself rather than clicking on links embedded in emails.

                                                                                                                                       

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I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH THE FLAG STANDS
ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE
WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
 
"OLD GLORY IS HALLOWED BY THE BLOOD OF THE INNOCENT
RIGHTEOUSLY  SHED ON THE BATTLE FIELDS OF HISTORY
MAKING RIGHT THE POWER OF MIGHT
NATION WITHOUT END, AMEN"
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 PROMISES OF  CHRIST 

Prayer Card appeared in the right hand of Joan Stoykovich Nelson, from GOD on April 16, 2004: On the Prayer Card was the following  promises of Christ and a Prayer Presence of The Holy Crucified Face of Jesus.

  1. "By My Holy Crucified Face you shall work miracles."
  2. "By My Holy Crucified  Face you will obtain the conversion of many sinners."
  3. "Nothing that you ask in making this offering will be refused to you."
  4.  "If you know how pleasing the site of My Holy Crucified Face is to My Father."
  5. "As in a kingdom you can procure all you wish for with a coin marked with the King's effigy, "IN GOD WE TRUST" on our Dollar Bill & our Coins is our Almighty Dollar & "One Nation Under God" is Old Glory our Flag.
  6. "Our Lord has promised me that He will imprint His divine likeness on the souls of those who honor His most Holy Countenance."
  7. "All those who honor my Holy Crucified Face in a spirit of reparation, will by so doing perform the office of the pious Veronica." (see notes)
  8. "According to the care you take in making reparation to my face disfigured by blasphemies, so I will take care of your soul which has been disfigured by sin.  I will reprint therein My image and render it as beautiful as it was leaving the Baptismal Fount."
  9. Our Lord has promised me that all those who defend His cause in this work of reparation , by words, by prayers, or in writing.  He will defend them before His Father; at their death He will purify their souls by effacing all the blots of sin and will restore them to their primitive beauty (Baptismal Fount).

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