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By specializing in a particular area, you can gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and issues faced and become a valuable asset to your organization
An up-close look at CA POST Command College and the University of San Diego’s Master of Science degree in Law Enforcement and Public Safety Leadership
With an assist from the star QB, Lexipol will offer an expanded video version of the landmark CYCLE course
Researchers shed light on the intricacies of law enforcement behavior and morale in the wake of significant societal and legal shifts
Waldorf University Awards College Credit for Successfully Completed FBI-LEEDA Courses
“The new academy will support the highest level of instruction for cadets, troopers, and our law enforcement partners,” State Police Commissioner Col. Christopher Paris said
Experts say movements meant to show reverence and gratitude can also factor into a concept called “meta-dehumanization”
“It boils down to knowing how to read and being confident in yourself,” Officer Levi Leyba said
University of Cincinnati Online’s programs in criminal justice can advance your career more affordably than before
Liberty County Sheriff William Bowman insisted his department doesn’t practice racial profiling after being criticized by Delaware State students and administrators last year
From traditional roles in law enforcement to breakthrough positions in politics, faculty from USC Bovard College share the top criminal justice career paths
A simple policy shop for police has grown into a comprehensive suite of operational and wellness solutions for first responders
The program at the Collin County Sheriff’s Office provides job and life skills training to inmates to reduce jail violence and recidivism
Many adult students worry about their ability to assimilate back into the student mindset – here’s how to overcome those concerns
Many agencies have dropped degree requirements in recent years because of recruitment difficulties
The plan is aimed at helping law enforcement agencies recruit and retain police amid a shortage of officers
The Folds of Honor scholarships are awarded yearly to the spouse and/or dependents of a responder who has fallen or been catastrophically wounded
Rx and Illicit Drug Summit happens April 10-13 with sessions on public safety, illicit drugs and overdose prevention
Watch this online learning event to gain an improved skill set that enhances both field performance and survival skills
Tackle the difficult challenge of encouraging participation in training programs by asking this simple question and waiting for a response
What you need to know to stay safe when a drug epidemic hits your community.
Don’t worry, it is still possible to connect with and learn from other law enforcement leaders
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ proposal would allow former officers, firefighters and EMTs to fill the gaps in K-12 classrooms
The Boise Police Department previously required candidates to have an associate degree; future officers will only need a high school diploma or GED
Retired DEA agent and expert guests explore drug production, trafficking, and the role of law enforcement and harm reduction to combat the flow of fentanyl into our communities
Funds spread over 45 communities for law enforcement toxicology crime labs, and education and enforcement programs
Find out how virtual reality training delivers de-escalation and high-stress simulation training that not only can better train your officers but can also be used to inform your community
After extensive planning and training, the Long Beach IMR Pilot Program has launched to provide safe, timely and appropriate medical care to individuals in crisis