Interested in a career in forensics? AMU professor and forensic scientist Kelli Callahan gives advice about what to expect from a career in forensics and the importance of having a passion for the scientific process.
A French police commander and his partner, who also worked for the police, were killed in their home. This horrific case highlights the growing need for police officers to minimize personal information available online. Watch AMU's webinar on doxing to learn how officers can remove private information from the Internet.
Attending an online university requires students and faculty to work harder to connect. Instead of getting to know someone face-to-face in a classroom, engagement must happen through forum posts, emails, phone calls, and chat sessions. However, there is one exceptional opportunity for faculty and students to meet face-to-face: graduation. Here are some of the great activities planned for commencement this year.
By Leischen Stelter
Three men were recently convicted of using a drone to drop drugs and other contraband into a Maryland prison. Drones pose a new and major threat to correctional institutions and other secure facilities. Learn ways administrators are addressing drone threats using technology and training.
By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey
Police training programs must address alternatives to assist the officer during the decision-making process about whether or not to use deadly force. Here's why in-depth training and role-playing scenarios are so important for police officers.
Public safety leaders should not ignore people who appear to be extremely narcissistic. Here's how to recognize an extreme narcissist and how to keep your own narcissistic tendencies in check.
By Dena Weiss
First officers at a scene need to be extremely conscious of their activity and movement because key evidence could be anywhere. While crime scene investigators would like a general idea of what occurred, officers must be careful not to disrupt the scene. Here are steps officers can take to preserve key evidence.