Public Safety

Public safety involves the prevention of and protection from events that could endanger the safety of the general public from significant danger, injury/harm, or damage, such as crimes or disasters (natural or man-made).

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Mike Wooten (trooper) - Contacts Between Governor's Office and Wooten's Supervisors
... Monegan III to be Public Safety Commissioner, a cabinet position ... found guilty of murder, Palin mentioned Wooten as an example of an officer who violated the public trust ... Attorney General's inquiry reported that Palin's staff had made about two dozen contacts with public safety officials about Wooten, in 2007 and 2008, with more ...
List Of Rosario + Vampire Characters - Yokai Academy - Public Safety Commission
... The Public Safety Commission (公安委員会, Kōan'iinkai?, English manga "Protection Committee" or "Security Enforcement Committee") is a group of enforcers on school grounds charged with protecting the academy ... The Public Safety Committee have a long-standing rivalry with the Newspaper Club for exploiting their true nature, and had decimated the previous Newspaper Club in the past, leaving ...
Louisiana Department Of Public Safety & Corrections
... The Department of Public Safety and Corrections (DPS C) is a state agency of Louisiana, headquartered in Baton Rouge ... The agency comprises two major areas Public Safety Services and Corrections Services ...
Louisiana Department Of Public Safety & Corrections - Public Safety Services
... Louisiana Department of Public Safety (LADPS) Public Safety Services has several divisions, including the Office of Management and Finance, the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission, and the Louisiana ...

Famous quotes containing the words safety and/or public:

    The safety of the republic being the supreme law, and Texas having offered us the key to the safety of our country from all foreign intrigues and diplomacy, I say accept the key ... and bolt the door at once.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    I am not building here a statue to erect at the town crossroads, or in a church or a public square.... This is for a nook in a library, and to amuse a neighbor, a relative, a friend, who may take pleasure in associating and conversing with me.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)