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7 days ago
How to Overcome Barriers to Successful Investigation and Prosecution of Elder Abuse Cases
Drawing upon his 21 years experience of prosecuting both physical and financial elder abuse and n […]
11 days ago
Competency Based Human Resourcing: Evidence Based Practices
How does your organization ensure they are hiring the right people, with the correct mix of techn […]
13 days ago
Understanding the Threat
Terrorism. It’s a word that evokes a thousand memories with just one simple word. Memories […]
18 days ago
Establishing a Crime Gun Intelligence Program Within Your Agency/Region
Agencies dream of the resources seen on TV crime shows: the latest technology, gleaming, newly-bu […]
25 days ago
Investigating & Prosecuting Drowning Cases
This course discusses the challenges faced in the investigation and prosecution of drowning […]
1 month ago
Implementing the Fair Justice for All Recommendations in Arizona
When the Task Force on “Fair Justice for All” was created in March 2016, Chief Justice Scott Bal […]
1 month ago
Mass Casualty Response Resilience / Post Action Strategic Debriefing
Working in law enforcement, while incredibly rewarding, can at times also be equally stressful. […]
1 month ago
Lights Out: Threats to the U.S. Electric Grid and Implications of a Prolonged Blackout
It’s often said that one of the surest ways to cause fear, calamity or concern is to disrup […]
1 month ago
Use of Force and Officer Safety
No one becomes an officer wanting to use excessive force to detain or apprehend people. B […]
1 month ago
Confidential Informant Courtroom Lessons Learned
Using confidential informants has always been a challenge. While there are times when using a CI is […]


Recently Added Articles

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Tennessee State Capitol
Learning to Pass Missing Persons Legislation: An Interview with Todd Matthews
On May 2, 2017, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law "Help Find the Missing Act&qu […]
3 days ago
Applying Business Systems to Evidence Processing: An Interview with Milwaukee PD’s Captain David Dalazar
  Business principles don't always "neatly" apply to government agenci […]
Don't Holster Your Feelings
5 days ago
Unique Support for First Responders: An Interview with Sally Spencer Thomas
Losing anyone to suicide is tragic.  But losing a first responder represents a uniqu […]
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6 days ago
Practicing What Probation Officers Preach: An Interview with Michelle Hart
While community-based supervision is an important part of any probation program, many supervisors […]
6 days ago
The Importance of Connecting with Your Probation Clients: An Interview with Paul Ventura
Managing probation clients can be similar to managing employees: it's critical to make a conn […]
Man reflecting
13 days ago
Role of the First Line Supervisor: An Interview with Jeff Fox
The manager's job has never been an easy one. But management and leadership for public sector […]

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9 days ago
Agnes Gund Sells a Lichtenstein to Start Criminal Justice Fund
From The New York Times:  "The fund will make grants to organizations and leaders […]
Mass Shootings
9 days ago
After 152 Mass Shootings In 2017, It Took An Attack On Congress To Get Our Attention
From The Huffington Post:  "Apart from the setting ― a tony neighborhood in Alex […]
Grave Stone
10 days ago
‘Some Mothers Boy’ identified as Frank Haynes after 96 years
From Sky News: "Frank Haynes was killed when he was struck in the head by a train in Georget […]
10 days ago
Drug deaths in America are rising faster than ever before, and show no signs of slowing down
From Business Insider: "Last year, representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and […]
NYT Drug Charts
10 days ago
Drug Deaths in America Are Rising Faster Than Ever
From The New York Times:  Drug overdose deaths in 2016 most likely exceeded 59,000, the […]
Lexington Courthouse
23 days ago
Judicial Redistricting: An Issue Most Politicians Don’t Want to Discuss
From Governing: "One thing that hasn’t changed much, though, is Kentucky’s judic […]