The power of information…

Missing Children KENYA

By Missing Children Kenya

Children’s innocence is enviable and liberating. However in a society that is increasingly complex and degrading its communal values, children need knowledge and information to discern their environment. Innocence leads to vulnerability while information leads to empowerment. Every week on national news, we hear of a case of a child who has gone missing or is exposed to abuse or exploitation. These cases are an ugly wake up call to parents and guardians.

How often do you speak to your child about their security? Have you empowered yourself with information? Do you wait to react to information your child gives you or do you proactively engage your child in educative conversations?

The time you spend with your child presents opportunities to empower him or her with age appropriate information. This week, Missing Children Kenya will share tips and advice on information to share with your child…

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About fdnropsec

I have earned a Bachelor of Science in International Relations from the University of Houston where I also minored in International Business and Print Journalism. During my time in the journalism field I had the unique opportunity to meet and interview President George W. Bush and former Defense Secretary Robert Gates during the lead up to the Iraq war. Since then my studies have focused on predictive analytics in the areas of nuclear counter-terrorism, criminal intelligence analysis and foreign policy analysis in a freelance capacity. Currently, I am pursuing a Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies at American Military University. I am a contributing member of the Academy of Political Science, member of the National Military Intelligence Association, and am an International Gold Key Scholar. That said, I have designed this collective analytical effort to operationalize and fuse various analytic frameworks so as to generate a predictive model that will mitigate cognitive bias, frivolous speculation, and nonsensical character assaults, and ultimately deliver comprehensive quantifiable OSINT products containing sound and transparent analytic judgments to the search for Dylan Redwine deliverable through a custom Geographic Information System (GIS).

Posted on March 15, 2014, in Analysis tools, News Reports. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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