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Helping Heal Divisions: New Book by Former Officers Offers Insight to Policing

By Jinnie Chua

Concerned with deepening divisions between police and the public, two former partners decided to direct their skills to book writing. Find out how the cops-turned-authors hope their book will both educate and entertain readers while shedding light on the everyday lives of police officers.

Why Your Off-Duty Life is Important for Stress Management

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Stress from police work can have severe consequences on an officer's mental and physical health. Here's how you can engage in off-duty activities to maintain a healthy, balanced life.

Kinesthetic Learning: A Hands-On Approach to Teach the Public About EM

By Allison G. S. Knox

It's important for emergency managers to engage the public in emergency management preparations. Is kinesthetic learning, which utilizes a hands-on approach, the way forward?

An Introduction to the Darknet and Bitcoin

By Jinnie Chua

The Darknet provides a platform for countless crimes so law enforcement must be familiar with how it works. Here's the basic information officers should know about what the Darknet is used for, how it's related to bitcoin, and what can be done to address the illegal activity that occurs there.

Solving the Nation’s Need for Volunteers Requires Creative Solutions

By Allison G. S. Knox

Many emergency response agencies, such as ambulance agencies, are struggling to find enough volunteers. Find out how we can solve the nationwide issue and improve recruiting efforts.

You Can Overcome Stress: The Key is in Your Relationships

By Ed Kelley

When faced with stress, it's important that police officers have the support of others. A pastor who frequently works with officers discusses how fostering certain relationships can help manage stress from the job.

Personality Disorders and Violent Crimes: What’s the Connection?

By Jade Pumphrey

Certain personality disorders are common among different kinds of offenders. Learn which disorders are often displayed in offenders of violent and sexual crimes and how this information can help police officers.