The undermanned Georgia State Patrol Grovetown post has grown – barely – over the past six months.
In February, the post announced that it had seen its staff decrease from the ideal size of 17 sworn personnel to just 11 while the Atlanta area bulked up in an initiative with the Georgia Department of Transportation to place more troopers along the Interstate 85 and Interstate 75 corridors, Troop E Capt. Allen Marlowe said.
A foundation at Georgia Regents University soon could be spreading training across the most populous country in the world about how to respond to disasters.
Officials with The National Disaster Life Support Foundation at the Medical College of Georgia at GRU are scheduled to sign an agreement today with the Jiao Tong University School of Medicine in Shanghai and Xingcheng Medical Consulting & Services Co. to teach its courses on disaster medicine.
While several local government e-mail addresses were used to create accounts on the extramarital affair dating site AshleyMadison.com, a hacking group’s data dump appeared not to expose any government officials’ infidelities.
A group known as the Impact Team released a 10-gigabyte trove of data Tuesday that included site users’ full names, e-mail addresses and other information, making good on a threat to expose unfaithful partners across the world.