In active shooter situations, overcoming the “freeze” of terror can be a life or death matter. Police officials and legal consultants discuss the grim consequences associated with a lack of preparation, and what can be done to better train citizens for the unthinkable.
Sunday, December 27, 2015
Saturday, December 5, 2015
Since 2013, thousands of Georgians dependent on Division of Family and Children Services have reported lackluster customer service and telecommunications problems, resulting in extensive delays - and in some cases, outright cancellations - of critical Medicaid benefits. To improve processing, the state is migrating away from the much-maligned 'Georgia One' model to a new multi-agency, consolidated system. But does the $100 million investment get to the heart of the problems plaguing DFCS clients for the last two years?