Are you looking for a career in intelligence or national security? AMU is hosting a national security virtual career fair on August 25. Check out the list of employers who are looking to hire qualified graduates and alumni.
By Dr. Chuck Russo
Four years after I was first sworn in as a law enforcement officer, something happened that—without my knowledge—would have a staggering impact on my life and the lives of many others. This August celebrates 25 years after the world’s first website went live to the public. Learn how this impacted education forever.
From 1994 to 2011, there was a 330 percent increase in prisoners age 50 or older. Learn how this rise impacts facilities' resources and requires additional training for correctional officers about how to care for and protect elderly prisoners.
Intelligence certifications are becoming more common and new ones are being developed. Whether you're seeking a job in intel, or already working in the field, here's why you need to consider certifications.
Are you considering retiring from law enforcement? Before you do, be sure you fully understand these elements of your financial situation.
AMU graduate Peter Jensen has spent 27 years fighting wildfires in California. He shares why these latest fires are so destructive and how the state's nearly year-long fire season has taken a major toll on local firefighters.
As a 25-year law enforcement veteran, Kelli Callahan has taken on a new challenge: rehabilitating convicted sex offenders. "I’ve spent my entire career in investigations and now I’m focused on helping to treat the people who have committed crimes,” she said. “The reality is that the overwhelming majority of offenders will one day be released. We’re treating them so they don’t reoffend, so we’re simultaneously working to protect the community.”
For 28 of his 31 years in law enforcement, AMU professor Robert Dougherty Jr. has worked with police dogs. When he started, most dogs were trained as single-purpose patrol K9s, but today the majority of police departments have adopted cross-training programs so dogs are proficient in several areas of detection. Learn how agencies have changed their training programs for dogs and handlers.
By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey
How do you stop the divisiveness between the public and law enforcement? How do you build trust while also maintaining order? Learn how to enhance community engagement and help build respect and understanding among police, citizens, and government officials.
By Anthony Mangeri
Across the country, communities are experiencing an increase of both planned and spontaneous protests. It is critical that public safety agencies, including emergency management, law enforcement, and the fire service, work together to prepare. Here's how to create a strategy for protests or civil events.
By Keith Collins
Firefighters must take it upon themselves to reduce their exposure to cancer-causing agents. Here are five things firefighters can do to fight cancer.