May 9, 2021
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Dan Osborne picks up his security Rottweiler Tyson to protect wife Jacqueline and their family

Dan Osborne had a huge Rottweiler brought to his house on Thursday, after buying the pooch as a security dog to protect him, wife Jacqueline Jossa and their family.  

The TV personality, 29, was seen playing with the guard dog and taking him for a walk with members of the Total K9 team who had brought the pooch to his home.

He petted his new furry friend when it arrived at his property, and Dan was clearly enthused with the Rottweiler as he smiled while scratching it behind the ears.

Safety: Dan Osborne had his Rottweiler brought to his home

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PARD requests budget increase for security, staffing and program expansion

Last week, the Parks and Recreation Board unanimously voted to approve recommendations for budget increases for the 2021-22 fiscal year.

According to the recommendation, Austin’s parks system has experienced an increase in off-leash dog violations, illegal parking, notifications of homeless encampments, alcohol in parks and “inappropriate behavior in greenbelts.”

Because of these issues, along with the loss of fee revenue over the past year due to the pandemic, PARD has requested more money from the city to serve its “under-resourced needs” in the upcoming city budget. The money would be used to fund a number of projects ranging from

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State Department security officer arrested for impersonating police officer

A security officer for the U.S. State Department was arrested and accused of impersonating a police officer after ordering his German shepherd to jump on a motorist’s vehicle during a traffic confrontation in Deltona, Volusia County sheriff’s deputies said.

James Land III, 59, of Deltona, was charged with impersonating a police officer or a public employee. He’s out of the Volusia County Branch Jail on $2,500.

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guardDog.ai Appoints Rich Wickham as Senior Vice President of Ecosystems to Bring Cyber Security Solution to Organizations Worldwide Operating in ‘edge Territory’

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Guard Dog Solutions, Inc., dba guardDog.ai, a rapidly expanding leader in cyber security solutions for consumers and businesses, today announced the appointment of Rich Wickham to SVP, Ecosystems.

In Wi-Fi and wired networks, guardDog.ai protects and warns against threats outside the perimeter of the network or on attached devices that other solutions often don’t see. Devices of every kind are inherently vulnerable to the networks they join. guardDog.ai employs patent-pending artificial intelligence to pre-emptively recognize, expose, and shut down cybersecurity threats before an attack can happen.

In his role as SVP of Ecosystems, Rich

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The Crowne Plaza has enlisted the help of security with dogs

SECURITY guards with dogs have been enlisted to help at a Basingstoke hotel, thought to be there to help to help manage a “drunk and abusive” group staying a second night.

As previously reported, police were called to The Crowne Plaza last night to a “large group gathering”.

However, Hampshire Constabulary said the group had dispersed by the time police arrived and therefore no enforcement action was taken.

It is understood the group is staying at the hotel in Old Common Road for a second night tonight.

When the Gazette went there this evening, a dog unit van was parked

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Pasco School Board to increase meeting security

Anyone planning to attend upcoming Pasco County School Board meetings should prepare to encounter more security than in the past.

The school district expects to have a larger contingent of sheriff’s deputies, who will check visitors’ bags and use a metal-detecting wand on them before they enter the Land O’Lakes meeting chambers.

“We’re going to make it as convenient as possible, to not slow people down,” district spokesman Steve Hegarty said. “But we also have a right to make sure people don’t come in with weapons.”

The district’s new safety officer, Mike Baumaister, had been working on a series of

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