By Erik Kleinsmith
Interviewing for an intelligence job requires different strategies than applying for a job in another field. Here are some tips to help you nail the interview process and negotiate your salary once you've been offered a job.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
As baby boomer firefighters continue to retire, millennials are playing an increasingly larger role in the fire service. Here's what factors command staff must take into consideration when it comes to managing the next generation of firefighters.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
The recent suicide of Chester Bennington draws much-needed attention to the widely overlooked issue of childhood sexual abuse among boys. The lack of awareness and resources available to male victims like Bennington must be addressed. Find out more about the issue and what needs to be done.
By Brian Keith Simpkins
When the U.S. military withdrew from Iraq in 2011, so did its intelligence assets. This eventually allowed ISIS to advance. Here's what can be learned from this intelligence failure to avoid similar mistakes in the future.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Technological advancements have improved policing in many ways, but can also become counterproductive if integrated improperly. Learn how police agencies can prevent this from happening and ensure technology is not overloading their officers.
By Christopher L. McFarlin
De-escalation techniques greatly improve an officer's ability to handle a range of situations calmly and successfully. Find out more about the difference de-escalation techniques can make, both in an officer's professional and personal life, and why they should be a permanent tool in policing.