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How Intelligence Failures Contributed to ISIS Territorial Gain in Iraq

By Dr. Brian 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.

Unintended Consequences of Technology in Policing

By 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.

Integrating De-escalation Techniques into Policing

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.

Hawaiian Islands INLETS: Violent Crimes and Terrorism Trends

Don't miss your chance to register for the Hawaiian Islands INLETS! With a focus on violent crimes and terrorism trends, this training seminar will cover the most pressing issues facing law enforcement today. Find out more about the presenters and workshops that will be on offer.

Year After Deadly Officer Shooting, Baton Rouge Agencies Still Recovering

By Leischen Stelter

One year ago, following unrest over the officer-involved shooting of Alton Sterling, three Baton Rouge officers were killed in an ambush shooting. The incident continues to weigh on current officers and the law enforcement agencies involved are still dealing with the aftermath. Read on to learn more about the lasting trauma and lessons learned.

When Military Meets Civilian Law Enforcement: PTSD in the Police Force

By Dr. Allan Conkey

Many police officers are military veterans and many others have served in the Reserves or National Guard. While military experience can be beneficial to law enforcement, it's common for war-related combat to leave emotional scars on officers. Learn more about the issue and why PTSD is so prevalent in policing.

What First Responders Should Seek in Mental Health Clinicians

By Heather Lemke

First responders often face traumatic incidents and there may come a time when police officers, firefighters and EMTs need help themselves. If that time comes, it's crucial to find a mental health clinician with the expertise to provide specialized care. Here's what first responders should look for when selecting a clinician.